Found Safe CA - Romario Snow, 21, Santa Monica, 19 March 2017

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  1. los2188

    los2188 North Carolina Tar Heels..your NCCA Champs!!

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    Police search for autistic man who went missing after L.A. Marathon
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    http://www.latimes.com/local/lanow/la-me-ln-missing-marathon-20170320-story.html



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  3. GigTu

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    :(

    From the article
     
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    inmyhumbleopinion Well-Known Member

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    "Romario Snow, 21, was last seen on Sunday near Ocean Avenue and Santa Monica Boulevard, the Santa Monica Police Department reported.

    'He can speak a little bit, but to be able to advocate for himself, to say 'I'm lost can somebody help me?' would be outside of his abilities I think,' said Shannon Penrod, a family friend.
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    Loved ones were especially worried because the marathon ended near the ocean.
    'It's so close to the water. This is a huge issue with individuals on the autism spectrum
    ,' Penrod said. 'The No. 1 cause of death for individuals on the autism spectrum is drowning. It is imperative that we find him soon.'" (BBM)

    Literally steps away from the beach ... :(. I wish I could be there to help find this young man!

    https://goo.gl/maps/xvVMHYNPPjt

    Source: http://www.nbclosangeles.com/news/l...hing-LA-Marathon-416677393.html#ixzz4bxznPQRF
     
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    Yay!!! Good News!!!
     
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  11. katydid23

    katydid23 Verified Juanette

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    Yes. My neighbor's son is 24,and autistic, and he loves to walk long distances. It is getting harder for her to keep up so she had him join in the morning 'mall walkers' group. It is helping a lot because she can sit and he will walk a few times around the entire indoor mall and he loves looking at the window displays.

    When I first came to this thread, I was hoping he was just on 'a walk' and was going to be found safe. :skip: :skip:
     
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    After reading this I thought of my mom mentioning older parents at their church with a somewhat young daughter affected by downs syndrome and the concern who will look after her when the parents pass.
    Thankfully, my oldest son is becoming very independent.
    What about the other children that have a disability and are dependent on their parent? My son was a couple of years ago at the age of 25. We recently received help from Nobis Works in Marietta, Ga. for him...the best thing ever!
    Yes, Rambling before bed!
     

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