Although most people reported missing are found alive and well, there remains around 2000 missing long-term. Although most people reported missing are found alive and well, there remains around 2000 missing long-term....A woman who went missing nearly six months ago was found living in a tent in a national forest in Utah, subsisting on a diet including grass and moss – after a drone that was searching for her crashed nearby, authorities said. The 47-year-old, who wasn’t publicly identified, was discovered on Sunday in a remote campground of the Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest, the Utah County Sheriff’s Office said in a statement. The sheriff’s department first began searching for the woman in November 2020, after US Forest Service officials found her car abandoned at the campground. While searching for the downed drone, they came across a tent that looked abandoned – until, “the zipper of the tent opened and there was the woman,” the department said.