Lewellyn Chesser, left, snuggles with her nephew, 7-year-old Randall Chesser, as they sat on the porch of her Mackville home on Friday, Sept. 30, 2011. Other than a few scratches and bruises, Randall was unhurt after spending 45 hours missing in the woods near the Washington County community of Willisburg. He was found Monday afternoon about 3 miles from the Willisburg home of his parents, Beverly and Darren Chesser. He was released from Kosair Children's Hospital on Thursday. Photo by Greg Kocher | Staff
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Lewellyn Chesser, left, snuggles with her nephew, 7-year-old Randall Chesser, as they sat on the porch of her Mackville home on Friday, Sept. 30, 2011. Other than a few scratches and bruises, Randall was unhurt after spending 45 hours missing in the woods near the Washington County community of Willisburg. He was found Monday afternoon about 3 miles from the Willisburg home of his parents, Beverly and Darren Chesser. He was released from Kosair Children's Hospital on Thursday. Photo by Greg Kocher | Staff gkocher1@herald-leader.com Greg Kocher | Staff
Lewellyn Chesser, left, snuggles with her nephew, 7-year-old Randall Chesser, as they sat on the porch of her Mackville home on Friday, Sept. 30, 2011. Other than a few scratches and bruises, Randall was unhurt after spending 45 hours missing in the woods near the Washington County community of Willisburg. He was found Monday afternoon about 3 miles from the Willisburg home of his parents, Beverly and Darren Chesser. He was released from Kosair Children's Hospital on Thursday. Photo by Greg Kocher | Staff gkocher1@herald-leader.com Greg Kocher | Staff

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