PITTSBURGH (AP) – A Pennsylvania woman who lost a keepsake necklace during a trip to Iceland is getting it back because of an alert shopkeeper there and a 911 dispatcher in another part of the state.

Ashley Fusco, of Pine Township, got the necklace which features fingerprint images from her parents who were killed in a 2008 car crash.

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Fusco tells the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette she lost the necklace while visiting Reykjavik in March.

A clerk found it on the floor of a souvenir shop there and posted a notice on Facebook. That was seen by Kimberly Robinson, a 911 dispatcher in Tioga County who used information in the post to track down the couple’s obituary and posted a link to it, which Fusco saw Monday night.

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Fusco says she wore the necklace every day.

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