Missing sisters who were found alive enjoy pizza in hospital

The two California sisters who were found alive on Sunday after going missing in the woods for 44 hours were seen enjoying pizza in the hospital as their mother set up a GoFundMe account to raise $10,000 to repair her driveway. 

Photos shared on the account show eight-year-old Leia Carrico and her five-year-old sister Caroline Carrico eating a half pineapple and ham and pepperoni and cheese pizza as they sit in their hospital bed. 

The sisters also enjoyed some sodas as well as ice pops following their rescue. 

Meanwhile, their mother, Misty, set up the GoFundMe account to help reconstruct her driveway. 

While Misty remains grateful that ‘the whole world came to our aide’ when their daughters went missing, she says ‘the unfortunate side affect is my 6 mile dirt driveway and the driveways of all my neighbors was destroyed by all the traffic’. 

Misty was referring to the dozens of search and rescue teams that helped find her daughters.

‘We can hardly make it home from the hospital. I’m asking for donations to put rock on our road. any extra money will be used to rock my neighbors road,’ she wrote on the account. By Monday afternoon, the account had raised the $10,000. 

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Photos shared on a GoFundMe account show eight-year-old Leia Carrico (left) and her five-year-old sister Caroline Carrico (right) eating a half pineapple and ham and pepperoni and cheese pizza as they sit in their hospital bed

Photos shared on a GoFundMe account show eight-year-old Leia Carrico (left) and her five-year-old sister Caroline Carrico (right) eating a half pineapple and ham and pepperoni and cheese pizza as they sit in their hospital bed

Photos shared on a GoFundMe account show eight-year-old Leia Carrico (left) and her five-year-old sister Caroline Carrico (right) eating a half pineapple and ham and pepperoni and cheese pizza as they sit in their hospital bed

The sisters rescued on Sunday morning and taken to a nearby hospital for treatment 

The sisters rescued on Sunday morning and taken to a nearby hospital for treatment 

The sisters rescued on Sunday morning and taken to a nearby hospital for treatment 

Meanwhile, their mother, Misty, set up the GoFundMe account (pictured) to help reconstruct her driveway. She said the driveway was destroyed by rescue crews while they were searching for her daughters. 'I'm asking for donations to put rock on our road,' Misty said 

Meanwhile, their mother, Misty, set up the GoFundMe account (pictured) to help reconstruct her driveway. She said the driveway was destroyed by rescue crews while they were searching for her daughters. 'I'm asking for donations to put rock on our road,' Misty said 

Meanwhile, their mother, Misty, set up the GoFundMe account (pictured) to help reconstruct her driveway. She said the driveway was destroyed by rescue crews while they were searching for her daughters. ‘I’m asking for donations to put rock on our road,’ Misty said 

On Monday, the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office also shared photos of the young girls being reunited with their parents, Misty and Travis. 

The sheriff’s office said it was an ‘absolute miracle’ that the sisters were found ‘safe and unharmed’. 

‘Welcome home girls…welcome home!’ officers wrote in the caption of a few photos from the rescue. 

On Sunday afternoon, Humboldt County Sheriff William Honsal announced that the girls had been found safely around 10.30am after they spent 44 hours in the woods.

The sisters were last seen outside their home in Benbow, north west of Sacramento, on Friday at 2.30pm. 

Authorities said the sisters vanished after walking off into a wooded area near their home.  

Honsal said during a press conference that the girls were found 1.4 miles away from their home.  

It was an emotional scene for the sisters and their parents, Misty and Travis, when they were reunited with one another Sunday morning

It was an emotional scene for the sisters and their parents, Misty and Travis, when they were reunited with one another Sunday morning

Travis gives his daughter, Caroline, a big hug

Travis gives his daughter, Caroline, a big hug

It was an emotional scene for the sisters and their parents, Misty and Travis, when they were reunited with one another on Sunday

 Misty is seen wiping tears from Leia's eyes as her dad comforted her sister 

 Misty is seen wiping tears from Leia's eyes as her dad comforted her sister 

 Misty is seen wiping tears from Leia’s eyes as her dad comforted her sister 

The family shared hugs during their reunion on Sunday morning  

The family shared hugs during their reunion on Sunday morning  

The family shared hugs during their reunion on Sunday morning  

The sheriff's office shared this photo of one of the girls being rescued

The sheriff's office shared this photo of one of the girls being rescued

The sheriff’s office shared this photo of one of the girls being rescued

Police confirmed that the sisters, Leia (left) and Caroline (right), had been found on Sunday afternoon. Though the girls were dehydrated and cold, they were uninjured and 'in good spirits'

Police confirmed that the sisters, Leia (left) and Caroline (right), had been found on Sunday afternoon. Though the girls were dehydrated and cold, they were uninjured and 'in good spirits'

Police confirmed that the sisters, Leia (left) and Caroline (right), had been found on Sunday afternoon. Though the girls were dehydrated and cold, they were uninjured and ‘in good spirits’

Honsal said the girls were trained in outdoor survival through their local 4-H club and authorities believed that helped them to stay safe. 

They were also wearing boots and had eaten granola bars at some point while they were missing, he said. 

‘I am pleased to report that we are all witnessing a miracle today,’ Honsal said Sunday.

Honsal said they were located by a a fire captain and firefighter who had been following their boot tracks in the search area. 

Humboldt County Sheriff William Honsal (pictured) said during a press conference that the girls were found 1.4 miles away from their home

Humboldt County Sheriff William Honsal (pictured) said during a press conference that the girls were found 1.4 miles away from their home

Humboldt County Sheriff William Honsal (pictured) said during a press conference that the girls were found 1.4 miles away from their home

Using helicopters and tracking dogs, dozens of police and rescue personnel combed a vast and rugged rural area in the frantic search for the sisters. 

Several volunteers also came out to help first responders search for the sisters. One mother and son drive 1.5 hours just to help find Leia and Caroline. 

Before they disappeared, the girls had asked their mother, Misty Carrico, if they could go for a walk. 

She said ‘no’ but noticed soon after that the girls were gone. Authorities said the girls were believed to have walked off into the wooded areas. 

The family notified the Humboldt County Sheriff's Office of their disappearance around 6pm on Friday after Misty (center) and neighbors tried to search for the girls (pictured) themselves

The family notified the Humboldt County Sheriff's Office of their disappearance around 6pm on Friday after Misty (center) and neighbors tried to search for the girls (pictured) themselves

The family notified the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office of their disappearance around 6pm on Friday after Misty (center) and neighbors tried to search for the girls (pictured) themselves

Their mother, Misty (right) told authorities she had only just purchased that same brand of granola bars. The sisters are also pictured with their father during Halloween 

Their mother, Misty (right) told authorities she had only just purchased that same brand of granola bars. The sisters are also pictured with their father during Halloween 

Their mother, Misty (right) told authorities she had only just purchased that same brand of granola bars. The sisters are also pictured with their father during Halloween 

The Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office said they were notified of their disappearance around 6pm after the mother and neighbors tried to search for the girls themselves.  

The search team then grew bigger and included National Guard members from Fresno and the US Coast Guard, which provided one of its helicopters on top of a Black Hawk helicopter also being used.

Rescuers were hopeful about finding the girls Saturday after they came across prints from the girls’ rubber boots and wrappers from the granola bars, Lt Mike Fridley said.

Dozens of volunteers came out to help first responders search for the sisters over the weekend 

Dozens of volunteers came out to help first responders search for the sisters over the weekend 

Dozens of volunteers came out to help first responders search for the sisters over the weekend 

One mother and son drive 1.5 hours just to help find Leia and Caroline

One mother and son drive 1.5 hours just to help find Leia and Caroline

One mother and son drive 1.5 hours just to help find Leia and Caroline

Authorities were unable to find the girls during their search on Friday night and continued first thing Saturday morning

Authorities were unable to find the girls during their search on Friday night and continued first thing Saturday morning

Authorities were unable to find the girls during their search on Friday night and continued first thing Saturday morning

‘The wrappers showed us a direction from where they started to where the wrappers ended up at,’ Fridley said. 

Their mother told authorities she had only just purchased that same brand of granola bars. 

Fridley said he was the one who got to call the girls’ mother and tell them her daughters were alive.

‘She melted on the phone,’ he said.

Honsal described the search area as a vast, heavily-wooded terrain with cold and and sporadically rainy conditions. 

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