Two children went missing while hiking in Upstate New York.

On Tuesday, the New York State New York State Department of Environmental Conservation released its latest DEC Forest Rangers - Week in Review.

This week's report highlighted helping two children who got lost while hiking with their parents.

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The weekly report highlights "Recent Statewide Forest Ranger Actions."

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The Marcy Summit Steward contacted Ray Brook Dispatch about a 12-year-old and 15-year-old who somehow got separated from their parents on Mount Marcy just before 11 a.m. on Saturday, June 1.

The children are from Canada. They got lost from Marcy Dam when they took the Avalanche Lake trail instead of the trail to Marcy, according to the DEC.

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Forest Rangers, Assistant Forest Rangers, and the Lake Colden Caretaker helped spread the word about the missing children and started searching for the pair.


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A group of children eventually found the children and helped redirect them to their parents.

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The family was reunited at 12:34 p.m., the DEC reports.

Around 50 children have gone missing across New York State this year. See the full list below. Maybe you can help a child return home.

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