TARENTUM, Pa. - A missing 86-year-old man from Ohio, who suffers from dementia, was found early Wednesday morning on Route 28 in Tarentum.
Police in Ohio put out an alert describing the truck Albert Simmons was driving. His family said he left his home in Medina, about 40 minutes south of Cleveland, around 11:45 a.m. Tuesday. He was supposed to go to a lake, but never showed up.
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While driving north on Route 28 near the Tarentum exit, Simmons was stopped about 1:30 a.m. by Pennsylvania State Police from Kittanning. Upon running his information, police realized that Simmons was reported missing.
Simmons was taken to Allegheny Valley Hospital to be checked out and police said he was in good spirits. His family was contacted and was going to pick him up.
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