Two teenage boys who went off trail and got separated from their group while hiking in Bear Mountain State Park in Rockland County Thursday afternoon have been found Friday morning, according to multiple reports.
The teens, both 16 years old, are Yeshiva students from Brooklyn who part of a group from Camp Karlin Stolin Camp in Ulster County.
They were found in the woods at around 9:30 a.m., according to ABC 7.
A massive search that included volunteers lasted nearly 16 hours.
New York State Parks Police searched for the teens throughout the night.
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