Costa Mesa woman kidnapped in Uganda found alive: Wildlife officials
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Kimberly Endicott is shown in a photo posted on her Facebook page in September 2012.

By Kristina Bravo, KTLA

ORANGE COUNTY, Calif. (KTLA) -- A Costa Mesa woman has been found alive days after she was kidnapped at a national park in Uganda, according to the Uganda Wildlife Authority.

Kimberly Sue Endicott, a 56-year-old esthetician, was with a Ugandan guide and two other tourists in Queen Elizabeth National Park on Tuesday when four men took them at gunpoint, officials said. The other tourists managed to flee, but Endicott and the driver did not, local police said.

Endicott and the guide, Jean Paul, were rescued, the Uganda Wildlife Authority tweeted Sunday.

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