Teen Hiker Found After Phone Died During 911 Call

Police are still looking for Nick Cendoya's companion after he was found in a California forest.
2:14 | 04/04/13

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But now to the latest on the desperate search for two teen hikers who vanished while hiking at a southern california forest. One of the hikers was found and rescued overnight. Now the hunt for the other hiker has intensified and abc's abbie boudreau has the latest for us this morning.Od morning, abbie. Reporter: Good morning, robin. It was a dramatic rescue overnight. One of the two missing teenage hikers found alive. But this morning, search teams will be out in full force hoping to find the other lost hiker who police fear may be injured. Cheers from family and friends moments after finding out nick cendoya is alive missing for five days in this canyon, the 19-year-old was spotted late thursday evening by a hiker. Fire crews nearby in an unrelated training mission rescued him quickly air lifted to a hospital remaining in serious condition. The rescuer was lowered about ten feet from nick. That's how thick the brush was. He is weak, severely dehydrated and slightly confused. Reporter: But this morning, the frantic search continues for his hiking partner, 18-year-old kyndall jack. It all started sunday night when the pair called police to report they were lost and had run out of water. They thought they were only about a mile from their car, but before police could pinpoint their exact location, their cell phone apparently died. Now all efforts are focused on finding kyndall jack. We will be asking nick if he can give us information, then we'll hopefully use that in the search for kyndall. Reporter: Overnight rescuers searching from the air stilling looking for clues. There have been cases where people have survived 96, 120 hour, even a little bit more than that. Reporter: A race against the clock as family and friends grow more concerned with every passing minute. I want my daughter found.

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