Geneva Logston went on an evening walk without her phone, and things took a bad turn. During her walk, she was confused and not familiar with anything or how to get home.
In her confusion, she slipped and fell, hitting her head, knocking herself unconscious. Her family got worried and started what would become a two-day search for her. That's when Pocket, a search-and-rescue terrier with KYK9 came along to help.
In her disoriented state and just wanting to sleep, Logston saw what she thought was just someone out walking their dog. But it was Pocket and Pocket's handler Jennifer Hall. That's when Hall confirmed it was Geneva, the woman they were looking for.
Logston was taken to a hospital with minor injuries and had a simple message for her canine rescuer on WGAL: "Thank you, Pocket. Thank you."