SAN DIEGO (CBSLA.com) — A 16-year-old San Diego-area teen was reunited Sunday with her father in Idaho a week after she was reportedly abducted.
Hannah Anderson was taken to a hospital after being found alive at a campsite about 40 miles from Cascade on Saturday evening.
It is not known when her father arrived to meet his daughter, but family confirmed the meeting had taken place.
At the time of her rescue, the teen appeared to be physically okay, according to Andrea Dearden, spokeswoman for the Ada County Sheriff’s Office. Anderson was flown from the campsite to a nearby hospital.
“Hannah is safe and that’s the best outcome that we were hoping for … our top priority,” Dearden said.
Her alleged abductor, 40-year-old James Lee DiMaggio, was shot and killed by an FBI agent.