September 19th, 2010
02:08 AM ET

Missing 'cult-like' group found alive after suicide fears

A group of 13 Salvadoran immigrants missing in southern California amid fears that they planned a cult-like mass suicide have been found alive, a sheriff's spokesman said Sunday.

Authorities had been scouring the Palmdale area of northern Los Angeles County on horseback and by helicopter Sunday in search of the group, which included eight children between the ages of 3 and 17, said Steve Whitmore, a spokesman for the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department. A resident spotted one of the vehicles identified in the lookout and notified the sheriff's department, he said.

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  1. okay

    On the 1$ bill..I like to turn George Washingtons head into a mushroom its like American origama..Have you ever seen a 20$ bill..have u ever seen a 20$ bill on weed..theres alittle guy hiding in the bushes..whats he doing there ? I don't know

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