Woman missing since last month found

On Monday, Emma Tetewsky, a 31-year-old woman from Massachusetts who had been missing since late June was found trapped in a muddy area in Borderland State Park, Easton.

Hikers in the park heard her cries for help and alerted police, who followed the sound of her voice until they located her. Three officers on ATVs were able to free her from the mud and she was taken to Good Samaritan Hospital in Brockton for treatment of her non-life-threatening injuries.

Tetewsky had been reported missing on June 26 and the Stoughton Police Department, Massachusetts State Police, and local police from Easton, Westwood and Quincy had been searching for her with foot patrols, canine units, and helicopter searches.

The police had asked the public to check any canoes or rafts they may have, or to look under porches and in outbuildings in case she had taken shelter there.

In a final update on Monday, the department thanked the public for their help in locating Tetewsky alive. Stoughton Police Chief Donna McNamara declared the rescue to be the best possible outcome.