#MISSING NURSING STUDENT: Callie Morris, 21 - LeFlore County, OKLAHOMA (driving a tan 2004 Ford Explorer with OK plate 908HTG - was expected to take a route through Mena, Arkansas)

The LeFlore County Sheriff's Office has issued a missing person's request after a nursing student failed to make it home to McAlester.
Callie Morris, 21, was last heard from at 5 p.m. Thursday when she was leaving Hot Springs, according to THV11, the CBS affiliate in Fort Smith.
Authorities say Morris was driving a 2004 tan Ford Explorer with Oklahoma license plate 908HTG. She was expected to take a route through Mena, Arkansas.
Her last cell phone ping was around Whitesboro, Oklahoma, in a hilly and mountainous region. The LeFlore County Sheriff's Office, Oklahoma Highway Patrol and Civil Air Patrol have been searching the area.
Major Rick Rutledge from the Broken Arrow Composite Squadron of the Civil Air Patrol told News On 6 they are engaged in the search.
Anyone with information about Callie Morris is asked to call the LeFlore County Sheriff at 918-647-3426.
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