Incredible story here. The father and children, who'd gone hunting for a Christmas tree, survived by taking refuge in a storm drain.
With new Pacific storms bearing down on the family, lost since Sunday, searchers had become deeply worried that time was running out.
All four members of a family that vanished Sunday in the Northern California mountains while searching for a christmas tree have been found alive, FOX News reported Wednesday.
"They have found all four, and they appear to be OK," said Paradise Police Sgt. Steve Rowe.
He said rescuers airlifted Frederick Dominguez, 38, and his three children, aged 18, 15 and 12, out of the mountains and were planning to evaluate their condition. The children walked out of the snow into a crowd of media and excited rescuers gathered at the staging area for the search.