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May 15, 2018

Penn Charter School student who reportedly went missing in Philly has been found

Police and school confirm Mackenzie McDonough, 16, is safe

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Police lights arrests crime Thom Carroll/PhillyVoice

Kristen Oswald, of Royersford, Montgomery County, died during an Ironman triathlon in Ohio on Sunday after being struck by a commercial truck struck while she was cycling on the course. 

Mackenzie McDonough, the 16-year-old Moorestown girl who police had reported missing on Tuesday, has been found safe, according to police and officials at Penn Charter School, where she is a student.

McDonough had been last seen 7 p.m. Monday. According to Moorestown police, which announced the search for the girl on Tuesday, she had talked about “going to a park under the Pa. side of the Ben Franklin Bridge" before disappearing.

Her cellphone and debit card had been left behind.

Penn Charter officials did not provide any more information about the circumstances surrounding McDonough's disappearance except that she had been found and was safe. Moorestown police also confirmed McDonough has been found and "reunited with her parents."