Missing College Student Found

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Updated: 5/13/2012 7:17 pm
     A missing college student has been found safe and sound.  Morehead State student Daniel Hiser hadn't been heard from since Wednesday night when police say his bumper and license plate were found after his SUV struck a building near campus.  Multiple attempts to contact the 20-year-old who is from Ohio failed, according to police.
     But the Morehead News is reporting that Sunday afternoon Hiser called his parents from a pay phone in Albuquerque, New Mexico to say that he had changed his mind about hitch hiking to California.      
     No other details about his disappearance are being released but the newspaper says his father is now working on transportation to get him home.
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