Missing Iona college student found alive

An Iona College student missing for more than three weeks has been found alive in Boulder, Colorado. Twenty-one-year-old Danielle McGuinn was found early Friday morning with five other people after Colorado police responded to a noise complaint. Police realized McGuinn was a missing person after she gave her passport as a form of identification. White Plains police praised the officers for going the extra mile and running her name instead of merely accepting the passport.McGuinn was last seen on September 29 buying snacks at two local gas stations near the college's campus in New Rochelle. Her abandoned car was found on the New Jersey Turnpike with her keys, cell phone, and wallet inside. Police in Westchester said that McGuinn had run away from home before and also liked train-hopping. McGuinn was taken to Boulder Community Hospital for an evaluation and medical check-up. Her mother was on the way there to be with her.Police did not say how she arrived in Colorado or what she was doing there.

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