A 76-year-old Woodland woman who was reported missing early Sunday morning was located several hours later and taken to the hospital.

Maine State Police

State Troopers Andrew Levesque and Nate Desrosiers responded to a report of a missing person in Woodland at around 6:00 a.m.

Marilyn Cote had left her house on foot sometime during the morning and couldn’t be located, according to a news release from Lt. Brian Harris.

Troopers, Game Wardens and citizen volunteers immediately started a search of the surrounding area.The team utilized Trooper Levesque’s K9 and also Warden Service aircraft and ATV’s.

At approximately 10:15 a.m., Cote was located by volunteer searchers in a field off the Langley Road. The woman had sustained some minor cuts from a fall while she was walking, Harris said.

She was transported by Caribou Ambulance to Cary Medical Center for treatment.