‘I found baby Rainn!’: Man’s moving 911 call when he finds missing toddler

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NORTH BLOOMFIELD, Ohio -- After a nearly two-day search, a missing toddler has been found safe.

According to WJW, a volunteer who was riding around the field on his four-wheeler came across 2-year-old Rainn Peterson sleeping in some tall grass when he called 911.

"I found baby Rainn and she's alive!" he said right away.

The man can be heard asking the dispatcher many times if he can pick her up because she was crying.

"You're okay baby," he can be heard telling Rainn many times before he picks her up.

"Is that her I hear?" the dispatcher asks. "I hear her. Oh, I just got goosebumps."

"Oh my God, me too," the caller said. "I couldn't give up on this kid. Thank God."

Rainn was last seen at her great-grandparents' home Friday evening around 6:30 p.m, WJW reports. The Trumbull County Sheriff said that she was wearing a purple shirt, gray pants and multi-colored pink and lime green shoes.

She was found less than one mile from her great-grandparents' home wearing the same shirt and pants just after 6:30 Sunday evening.

Rainn was taken to a local hospital for evaluation. As of Sunday night, officials say she is stable.

Investigators are still looking into what caused her disappearance.

Listen to the post below to hear when first responders reached Rainn: