PRINEVILLE, Ore. - Two reports of missing people at the Symbiosis music festival at Big Summit Prairie were investigated Saturday by Crook County sheriff's deputies and resolved, officials said
"There are sheriff's deputies on scene and an investigation has been launched to evaluate the potential situation. Search and Rescue has been put on standby in the event the investigation shows the need for additional personnel on scene," said Vicky Ryan, the county's public information officer and emergency preparedness coordinator..
Minutes after the public news release, the sheriff's office notified that the boy had been found.
Earlier Saturday, a public alert was issued Michigan woman was reported to have been missing at the event for more than a day, but was found a short time later.
Ryan said there were two air ambulance calls to the event on Friday, one involving anaphylaxis and another with "altered mental status."
"The medical group on scene is doing a fabulous job up there and only transporting out advanced medical and critical patients," Ryan said.