Missing Cleveland EMT Lachelle Jordan has been found safe after she called the police from a convenience store.
The news was confirmed by Lachelle’s father, Joseph Jordan, who spoke to News 5’s Sarah Buduson.
Lachelle had been missing for almost a week, triggering a widespread search effort by the police, her family, and her colleagues.
According to the Cleveland Police Dispatch Chief, Lachelle was located shortly before midnight.
She was found at a convenience store on Euclid Avenue, specifically at One 66.
Surveillance footage from the store shows Lachelle entering, appearing to be injured and limping.
However, Cleveland EMS reported that she was in stable condition when they arrived, and they transported her to the Cleveland Clinic.
Joseph Jordan expressed his relief and gratitude, stating that he received a call from the police a few hours ago, informing him that his daughter had been found.
Although he was unable to see her for an extended period, he mentioned that she seemed to be okay and alert.
The family is immensely relieved and happy that Lachelle is safe.
They are now awaiting further updates from the police as they continue to process and interview her.
This news brings a sense of relief to the community, which had been anxiously awaiting Lachelle’s safe return.
The prayers and hopes of many have been answered, and the community expresses gratitude for the positive outcome.
The situation is still developing, and any new information will be shared as it becomes available.