Hillsboro, OR - The Washington County sheriff's office says a tracking bracelet helped deputies find a woman with Alzheimer's disease who was briefly missing in Sunday evening's frigid weather.
The Cedar Mill woman who has a history of wandering away from her home was wearing the Project Lifesaver bracelet with a radio transmitter.
The Oregonian reports deputies used tracking equipment to find her in less than two hours.
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