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2nd missing teen hiker rescued from canyon

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  • Kyndall Jack found after 4 days in California wilderness
  • Chopper crews pulled girl out of thick mountain brush
Missing hiker Kindall Jack is found alive in southern California's Trabuco Canyon

Even after being lost in California's Santa Ana Mountains for four days, a teen hiker called out to rescuers looking for her.

Kyndall Jack, 18, was found Thursday in Trabuco Canyon covered in thick brush. A chopper team plucked her out of danger. A rescuer says she was dehydrated and weak.

Jack and Nicholas Cendoya, 19, went on an Easter hike Sunday, when they went missing. Rescuers found Cendoya on Wednesday. Jack and Cendoya are expected to make a full recovery.

MORE: Hikers don't recall how they got separated

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