VANCOUVER -- The 11-year-old Clark County girl who was reported missing Thursday morning has been found safe.
Kristina Alexandria Deryavko was found reading a book in a shed near her family home, along Lewisville Highway and Northeast Potter Road, authorities told KGW.
The search for the girl began Thursday morning after Kristina's parents realized she was not in her bedroom. Her family was extremely concerned because Kristina had no history of running away, according to Sgt. Fred Nieman of the Clark County Sheriff's Office.
Deryavko was described as 4-foot-11, 80 lbs, with dark blond, shoulder-length hair and blue eyes. She was last seen wearing a long-sleeved red sweater and black slip-on shoes with zebra striped bows.
She has now been reunited with her family.