CANON CITY, Colo. — The Latest on a 64-year-old woman who went missing in Colorado (all times local):

11:30 a.m.

Authorities in Colorado say they’ve found a 64-year-old woman whose disappearance triggered an intensive air and ground search.

Fremont County Sheriff’s Office Sergeant Megan Richards said the woman was found Sunday morning, a day after her family reported she went out for a walk and did not return home.

Richards described the woman as sore, hungry and cold, but said she was able to walk out with search crews.

Details on what happened to the woman were not immediately available and her name was not released.

The search included dog teams, searchers on foot and a flight over the search area by an aircraft using infrared cameras.

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11 a.m.

Authorities in Colorado were searching for a second day for a 64-year-old woman who family members said went out for a walk and did not return home.

The Fremont County Sheriff’s Office said the search for the unidentified woman began around noon Saturday and included dog teams, searchers on foot and a flight over the search area by an aircraft using infrared cameras.

The search resumed Sunday.

The sheriff’s office says it’s not releasing details on where the search is taking place because crews don’t want members of the public in the area.

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