A baby girl found alone in a field in Indiana after Friday's tornado storms has been reunited with her family.
The 20-month-old girl was injured and by herself in a field in Salem, Ind. when she was found after the storms. She was flown to Kosair Children’s Hospital in Louisville, Ky. with no name and no parents.
"We have tags, you know, we put arm bands on the children, just to identify them and found out pretty quickly nobody came with this little girl," said Cis Gruebbel, chief of nursing at Kosair.
Authorities used television broadcasts to put out a search for the little girl's parents. Family members -- it was unclear whether they were her parents or not -- responded and are now with her at the hospital, where she remains in critical condition.
A spokeswoman from St. Vincent Salem Hospital, where the girl was initially taken, said her family is from New Pekin, Ind., about 10 miles south of where the child was found.
According to CNN, the girl -- described as having blonde hair and blue eyes -- is intubated with a tube in her throat to help her breathe.
Authorities were also searching for a 9-year-old boy missing from Henryville, 20 miles away. Rescuers were using dogs and thermal imaging to try to find the boy, not seen since tornadoes ravaged the town.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.