Friends, family relieved after Medford, Mass. skier found alive

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March 5, 2013, 1:24 pm
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Photo courtesy of the Maine Warden Service. Nicholas Joy shown this morning on Caribou Pond Road where he was located. Also shown in the photo is Danny Barker with Sugarloaf Mountain Operations. Photo taken by Game Warden Sergeant Scott Thrasher.


(NECN: Brian Burnell, Medford, Mass.) - A 17-year-old skier has been found alive at Maine's Sugarloaf ski resort nearly 48 hours after disappearing.
    
Officials say searchers found Nicholas Joy of Medford, Mass. on Tuesday morning near a road off the western side of Sugarloaf Mountain.
    
Joy's extended family and friends in Medford have been anxiously waiting to hear the good news.

NECN reporter Brian Burnell has more on the story.

Tags: maine, massachusetts, Sugarloaf, ski, missing, Brian Burnell, Medford, Nicholas Joy
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