Photos: Barron, Wis., celebrates after Jayme Closs found alive


Floyd Lunde changes the sign outside of First Baptist Church.
1 Floyd Lunde changes the sign outside of Barron's First Baptist Church Friday in honor of Jayme Closs, who was found alive Thursday. "I have to be honest. I wasn't expecting this result, and I wish I would have had more faith, but I'm incredibly pleased," the pastor said. 
Microphones cover the podium at the Barron County Justice Center.
2 Microphones cover the podium at the Barron County Justice Center ahead of the sheriff's news conference. 
The Barron County Justice Center is filled with community members.
3 The upper floor of the Barron County Justice Center in Wisconsin is filled with community members ahead of the news conference. 
The street with Jayme Closs was found is barricaded.
4 The street where Jayme Closs was found remains barricaded by the Wisconsin State Patrol on Friday morning. It's a small area of homes in a rural part of far northwestern Wisconsin. 
Barron County Sheriff Chris Fitzgerald speaks at a news conference.
5 Barron County Sheriff Chris Fitzgerald speaks during a news conference after Jayme Closs was found alive. He says that "when it confirmed that it was (Jayme), my legs started to shake. It was awesome." 
Justin Tolomeo speaks at a press conference on Jayme Closs
6 "In cases like this, we often need a big break, and it was Jayme herself who gave us that break," the FBI's Justin Tolomeo said during the news conference. 
Barron, Wis., school bus driver Amy Stone.
7 School bus driver Amy Stone, who put a tree in her yard to honor Jayme Closs, says the tree is staying up until she knows Jayme is home. All she heard on the bus Friday morning was "they found Jayme!"