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Lake Tahoe Sisters Found After Going Missing in Oregon

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PRINEVILLE, Ore. — Two Lake Tahoe sisters have been found after going missing in Oregon Monday.

The sisters, 18-year-old Melissa Lea and her 7-year-old sister, disappeared after attending a massive eclipse festival in central Oregon.

Their parents contacted authorities after not hearing from their daughters for several days.

Authorities say the girls were at the Symbiosis event and they stayed longer than originally planned. The girls contacted their parents after regaining  cellphone service Wednesday morning.

The sisters were never in any danger during their time being missing.