A search team of 100 members combed the terrain for any sign of the boy.
“I thought if I was in an open space, maybe the helicopters would find me,” Bradley said. “I sat there most of the day, waving at helicopters.”
The search crews found Bradley Monday, and after a ride on a rescue chopper, his 28-hour ordeal was finally over. “I didn’t have anything bad happen to me other than tripping, getting a few cuts,” Bradley said.
The boy’s mother, Molly Bradley, said her son remains in good spirits.
“He’s going to be OK, which is the bottom line. That’s super exciting,” she said. “So exciting, such a relief.”