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‘Developmentally disabled’ woman found three weeks after going missing in New York on subway


Samantha Primus, originally from St. Lucia, 2 is nonverbal and deaf, according to Truth. Lucia Consulate in New York.

Three weeks after she disappeared from a lower Manhattan subway, officials said.

According to the St. Lucia Consulate in New York, Samantha Primus, a resident of Brooklyn. St. Lucia, is nonverbal and deaf and communicates with limited use of sign language.

Primus disappeared from his sister’s home, where he was vacationing, in Elmont, Long Island, at 3:30 a.m. on December 23. The consulate general said in a statement that he “may must medical attention.”

Days after Primus went missing, Nassau County police informed his family. That he had been found on the evening of December 23. 3½ miles from his sister’s home in Queens. Medics from the New York Fire Department rushed him to Queens Hospital Center.

Primus’ family organized search parties in Queens, Manhattan, the Bronx, and Brooklyn.

More than three weeks after he went missing.

Methodist Hospital for a medical check-up,” the consulate in New York said in a statement.

It is not clear where Primus was.

His family did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

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