An Alabama woman who was missing for at least 36 hours after a car crash was miraculously found by rescuers Sunday morning, authorities and her family said.
Lisa Holman’s vehicle was found wrecked Friday sometime after 9 p.m. off CR 36 between Bent Creek Drive and Brasher Road in Pelham, Alabama, just outside of Birmingham, Shelby County Sheriff’s Office told ABC station WBMA.
But the 45-year-old Shelby County woman was nowhere to be found.
That’s when authorities and volunteer rescue teams launched a desperate search to find her.
Emergency responders even used a drone to help in the search.
Holman remained missing all day Saturday, though, and authorities had to suspend the search.
But Sunday morning, the Pelham Police Department released a statement saying she’d been found in the woods — alive and well, but for some broken bones.
“While we are …