Published: Sun, July 15, 2018
People | By Leon Thompson

Deputies: Missing Portland woman who vanished along California coast found

Deputies: Missing Portland woman who vanished along California coast found

Authorities determined that Hernandez's vehicle had been in Monterey County about 9:30 a.m. July 6 because it was captured on a business security camera, the San Mateo Sheriff's Office said on Twitter.

"Angela was found about 200 feet down a cliff".

Angela Hernandez, 23, survived by drinking water from the radiator of her wrecked jeep, police said. "She's a fighter and she fought this long and she will continue to".

"My sister is alive, she's talking, and she's still trying to come to understand everything", Angela's sister, Isabel Hernandez, wrote on Facebook Saturday morning.

Reports say 23-year-old Angela Hernandez was heading to Southern California to see family from Portland when she accidentally drove over a cliff on July 6th. She was taken to Twin Cities Hospital.

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The family had set up a GoFundMe page to pay for some of the search efforts, including helping them with hotel stays and petrol.

Later that day her cell phone mysteriously pinged in Santa Cruz County. Late Friday, two people walking in Big Sur noticed the SUV wreckage at the bottom of a cliff, Thornburg said. But it wasn't until the night of July 14 that hikers spotted her auto at the foot of a cliff and reported it to a campground host that a rescue team located Hernandez-at the bottom of a 200-foot drop-still conscious and able to walk.

She told her rescuers she had been there for a week, the San Jose Mercury News reported.

The details of her accident remain unclear, but one theory is that she lost control on a winding stretch of road. Including her vehicle, which was her livelihood.

"This is very traumatic and will be a slow recovery process", she said. "We just want to thank everybody. that helped", she told CNN affiliate KGO.

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