Just one of many lost and vulnerable souls returned, almost daily, to worried families.
When74-year-old Shirley Lee was found safe on Wednesday night, two days after she went missing from her Scarborough home on Christmas Eve, searchers and Toronto residents breathed a sigh of relief.
Officials used everything from horses to drones as they combed corners of the city for the woman diagnosed with Alzheimer’s. At one point, Metrolinx stopped trains to help in the search.
The story captivated the city – especially as she was missing over the holidays.
But her family was not alone in their worry for a lost and vulnerable loved one on Christmas Day.
Nor were they alone in seeing a safe return of a lost soul.
On Christmas morning, a confused and disorientated elderly man tried to find his way to his downtown Toronto home – and instead wandered out onto active tracks used…
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