ROCHESTER, Minn. (FOX 9) - A 4-year-old child with autism was rescued from the Zumbro River Sunday in Rochester, Minnesota.
According to Rochester Police, officials received a call at about 2:43 p.m. from someone along a bike trail who spotted a child in the river.
Shortly after the call, authorities got a call from the child's father who said the boy was playing at Soldier's Field Park when he ran off.
The child reportedly fell in the water and floated down the river where he was found in shallow water. Conscious and alert, the boy was transported to the hospital for evaluation.