Missing Waterbury mother, children found safe in Rhode Island

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Two children who were reported missing from Waterbury on Tuesday have been found in Rhode Island with their mother on Wednesday morning.

Police say that at around 9:45 a.m., troopers with the Rhode Island State Police stopped a vehicle being driven by the children’s mother, 27-year-old Corin Carter, on Route 146 in Providence. 

Related: Waterbury police: Silver alerts issued for missing mother, two children

Carter and her children, 1-year-old Xion Easley and 7-year-old Amyrah Carter, were all in the vehicle and safe. 

The three had been reported missing my family member at around 11:13 a.m. on Tuesday and a silver alert was issued for each.  

Rhode Island police are working with the Waterbury police and the family to coordinate their return home. 

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