Barron County (WQOW) – Saturday morning, Barron County Sheriff Chris Fitzgerald said he received a call from Jayme Closs's family and said Jayme woke up smiling.
"We're going to work in Jayme's time," Sheriff Fitzgerald said. "We're going to work.When Jayme wants to learn more about the case, we'll tell him, we'll do it at his own pace, we'll do everything we can to make it happen."
Fitzgerald said his team is currently concentrating on what is better for Jayme's personal needs.
Jennifer Smith, one of Jayme's Aunts, said the words could not describe the feeling knowing that her niece had woken up in a safe place. Members of the Barron community are on agreement.
"This is like a miracle, and I think everyone around the world is happy," said Barron County's Sandy Vanderveer.
"I just wish I could do something for her, but we know it will take time and care, and something good will have to come out of it," said Andrea Schilke from Barron County. "And he will do it, something good comes out of evil."
Shayla Paxton, a friend of the family, read a letter from Jayme's cousin, Lindsey Smith, who wanted to share it thanks to all those who sent thoughts and prayers to their family, reads below.
"I am so grateful for everyone and for our community, I am so grateful, my heart is so full, I am just amazed and beyond gratitude for what everyone has done. to everyone how grateful I am. "- Lindsey Smith, cousin of Jayme Closs