Search for Missing Teen Hikers Enters Fourth Day

Nicholas Cendoya, Kyndall Jack spoke to California police on Sunday before their phone battery died.
3:00 | 04/03/13

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Searches worked with third night to find two missing teenagers who disappeared during a hike in Southern California in nineteen year old Nicholas -- -- an eighteen year old -- Jack. Called police from a canyon in Orange County Sunday evening to say they were lost their phone battery died before the location can be found. -- dogs in a more than a hundred people started looking for them. It's the length of time that's gone on if these two were ambulatory then I believe they would've walked down order yelled for help. I think that maybe somebody is might be injured and unable to walk out. The teens said they ran out of water but the good news is that both of them are fit and temperatures have been moderate.

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