- Lisa Holman’s rescue on Sunday morning came after her car was found wrecked
- The 45-year-old had left the car by the time it was found near Pelham, Alabama
- But searchers discovered the woman in the woods with broken bones yesterday
A woman who went missing after crashing her car has been found wandering in the woods with broken bones 36 hours later.
Lisa Holman’s remarkable rescue on Sunday morning came after her car was found wrecked near Pelham, Alabama on Friday night.
The 45-year-old, from Shelby County, had left the wreckage by the time the vehicle was discovered.
According to ABC, Holman remained missing throughout Saturday despite a drone using night vision technology being deployed to aid a team of searchers.
But Pelham Police Department announced they’d found Holman yesterday morning in relatively good health.
Police Chief Larry Palmer said: ‘While we are still working to piece together the events of the past few days, we do want to let you know Ms Holman was alert when we found her, and she was able to walk out of the woods to medical professionals standing by to treat her.’
Her family released a statement stressing that her ability to survive was a ‘testament to her resiliency’.
They added: ‘Needless to say, the last two days have been very emotional for our family.
‘Lisa’s rescue Sunday morning was definitely an answered prayer.’
Police are still investigating the exact circumstances of Holman’s disappearance.
Source: Daily Mail UK
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