Haunting image shows ‘guardian angel’ watching over boy, 3, who miraculously survived three days lost in Outback

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THE FAMILY of a three-year-old boy who was found alive days after going lacking in the outback believes he was being cared for by an angel.

Anthony “AJ” Elfalak’s spiritual Christian mum believes it was the “power of prayer” that saved her son alive – having survived alone in the bush for 72 hours.

AJ’s mum believes that an angel was caring for her son
The Elfalak family with dad Anthony, mum Kelly, AJ (pictured centre) and his two brothers
The Elfalak household with dad Anthony, mum Kelly, AJ (pictured centre) and his two brothersCredit: Facebook
A huge search was launched to find AJ, who has autism and is nonverbal
An monumental search was launched to hunt out AJ, who has autism and is nonverbal

On September 6, AJ was noticed by rescue groups in the outback three days after he vanished from his residence in a distant a part of the Hunter Valley in New South Wales, Australia.

NSW Police filmed the second they found the lacking autistic boy – who was consuming muddy water from a puddle.

In the clip, one in each of many rescuers may be heard saying “I’ve got the boy.”

Authorities talked about AJ had just a few scrapes to his decrease legs and his garments had been moist however that he was in each different case healthful.

But a blurry seize from the rescue video is proof for the Elfalak household that their little boy was being taken care of by an angel.

His Coptic Orthodox Christian household take into consideration that an angel may be seen hidden in the rocks to the left of the boy.

“If you saw the picture of AJ in the creek, you can see the angel next to him,” Ms Elfalak talked about.   

She went on to say that the household is for certain that the guardian angel stayed with AJ to maintain him alive whereas rescuers had been on the hunt for him.

She declared her son’s discovery a “miracle” and after she was reunited collectively collectively along with her son talked about: “I’m not keen about one factor now. I’m totally blissful, and my son’s correct proper right here.

“He is nice and warm. He’s perfect, he’s happy, he’s healthy, he’s sleeping. I cannot be happier right now. He’s doing amazing.”

Kelly talked about she had been unable to sleep or eat for three days after AJ vanished shortly prior to midday on Friday.

Recalling the second rescuers launched him residence, she talked about: “I collapsed. I was so happy. I just couldn’t wait to put him in my arms.

“He looked at me and smiled and he held me tight and he slept.”

Extended relations gathered for a celebration barbecue on Tuesday, regardless of the state’s strict Covid lockdown.

An uncle instructed Nine News: “I’m unable to consider it. Everyone is ecstatic.

“He slept straight through the night, poor little kid. They found him with a lot of bruises and a lot of scratches.”

Temperatures in the world fell to 2C over the three nights that AJ – who is non-verbal – is believed to have spent alone in the bushland.

Superintendent Tracey Chapman talked about wombat holes and entry to water helped his potentialities of survival.

Asked concerning the hypothesis surrounding the case, she talked about: “We are positively pleased with the place factors are in the interim.

“We’ll continue that investigation to be entirely comfortable but from our perspective, it’s simply a good news story.

“We have a three-year-old boy who many people probably expected was not alive and he’s been located and been returned to his family.”

AJ's parents Anthony and Kelly hug after hearing he had been found safe
AJ’s dad and mom Anthony and Kelly hug after listening to he had been discovered protected
AJ's mum Kelly hugs him after he was found safe
AJ’s mum Kelly hugs him after he was discovered protected
AJ's family released this photo of him sleeping at home after his ordeal
AJ’s household launched this {{photograph}} of him sleeping at residence after his ordeal

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