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The American had an accident and spent six days in a ravine. She survived, but found her by accident

The woman ate water and grass and tried to get to help herself.

American car after the accident. Photo by Arizona Department of Public Safety
American car after the accident. Photo by Arizona Department of Public Safety

A 53-year-old Arizona resident spent six days in a ravine after an accident, feeding on water and grass. Shepherd and road workers caught her by accident. This was announced by the State Department of Public Security.

On October 12, an unnamed American woman was traveling by car near the city of Phoenix. About 100 kilometers from the city, she lost control on a slippery road from rain and rammed a fence. The car flew into a ravine and crashed into a tree.

A woman who suffered severe injuries spent several days in a car. Then the American got out and went to the side of the railway to ask for help, but passedonly 457 meters. In the dried mouth of the river, she lost consciousness.

On October 18, shepherd Dave Moralez and road workers worked near the site of the accident. They noticed an unusual hole in the hedge and called the police. Not far away, they noticed a car and traces leading from it, after which they found a woman.

[perfectpullquote align=”full” bordertop=”false” cite=”” link=”” color=”” class=”” size=””]We started asking her various questions: “How long have you been here? Are you in pain? ”[/perfectpullquote]
Dave Moralez
shepherd

 

The woman had swollen eyes, broken ribs, and she also suffered a head injury. In addition, she had severe dehydration. She said that she called for help, but no one heard her screams. According to Moralez, “he is not sure that she would have survived another day.”

The victim was hospitalized in a helicopter. The Department of Public Safety thanked Moralez and the road workers.

[perfectpullquote align=”full” bordertop=”false” cite=”” link=”” color=”” class=”” size=””]Employee efforts and teamwork are exemplary and will be rewarded. Thanks to their actions, they managed to save the woman’s life.Arizona Department of Public Safety[[/perfectpullquote]

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