They will be taken back to the command center to be examined by EMS teams, but officials say they are in good condition.
UPDATE: As the search resumes Wednesday morning with the light of the morning, 45 first responders and trained volunteers from several agencies split into four teams:
Team 1 will search a nearby junkyard. After searching each vehicle there, searchers will mark the driver side door once everything has been searched
Team 2 will search around the children’s house. They will also mark family cars once they’ve been searched
Team 3 will search the area surrounding the grandparents house, which is about 1/4 mile away from parent’s home
Team 4 will go through trails nearby, using experienced searchers. They’ll search the area near Mowbray and Parks, then Sluder Lane to Mowbray Pike
Businesses next to staging area have shut down for day to give police access to the parking areas during the day.
Encouraging residents in area and those on the mountain to please keep eyes out for two children.
Both children are homeschooled and part of a family of nine children.
A Tennessee Highway Patrol helicopter, armed with night vision and infrared equipment, was pressed into service as searcher continues to comb the mountainside to find the two missing children Wednesday morning.
Many people have asked how to help, but police and rescue workers say the area is rugged and remote. They also suggest the best way to help is to share the photos of the children via social media.
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Soddy Daisy Police Chief Phillip Hamrick tells our crew on the scene the boy and girl, ages 4 and 7, were reported missing around 8:30 Tuesday evening from Depot Street.
Hannah Elizabeth Musgrave, 7. is described as a white girl with brown hair and blue eyes. She was last seen wearing a purple shirt with a butterfly and a cream skirt.
Matthew Gideon Musgrave, 4, is a white male with brown hair done in a crew cut style. He has brown eyes and was last seen wearing a pair of camo warm up pants and no shirt. They have a dog with them about 22 inches tall, cream colored and short hair.
Several agencies are helping in the search on Mowbray Mountain including Soddy Daisy Fire and Police, Sale Creek Fire, State Park Rangers and Hamilton County STARS. STARS’ K-9s are also assisting in the search. Tennessee Highway Patrol has sent a helicopter from Cookeville to help with the search.
A railroad track runs through the area. Officials have notified the railroad company to have all trains slow down as they travel through. Engineers have been notified to be careful and on the lookout for the children.
Police ask that people not go out and search. The surrounding area is wooded and can be treacherous especially in the dark. But if you do see two small children to call Soddy Daisy Police 423-332-3577 or 911.
We will continue to update this story as information becomes available.