Missing Portland woman who vanished along California coast found alive

Woman survives after SUV plunges off cliff

Missing Portland woman who vanished along California coast found alive

Hernandez had spoken to her sister from Half Moon Bay, where she had spent the night, on the morning of July 6 before setting off on the final leg of her journey, according to San Francisco ABC station KGO.

She survived the crash that completely destroyed her vehicle and left her with a shoulder injury, but was trapped on the remote beach by herself.

In the missing person report, the statement read, "It has been 3 days now and her family has not seen or heard from Angela".

Emergency personnel used ropes to pull the woman up from the bottom of the cliff

She stayed alive by drinking the water from the radiator of her Jeep Patriot, the Highway Patrol said.

Sheriffs said she had told her sister she would stay overnight in a vehicle park before continuing her journey the next morning, but they had not heard from her after 6 July.

She told Monterey County Sheriff's deputies and CHP officers that survived the six days by drinking water from her car's radiator. It's not going to be an easy recovery.

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Isabel Hernandez, her sister, thanked the people who looked for her.

When she was found her vehicle was partially submerged in the water and she was able to walk and talk as police scaled down the cliff on ropes to hoist her to safety on Friday.

Angela Hernandez poses with her Jeep.

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Later that day her cell phone mysteriously pinged in Santa Cruz County. However, authorities say she was alert and was walking on a remote beach when rescuers reached her. Everybody that ... helped us through the whole thing and Angela will be OK.

'In her accident, she has lost everything.

Hernandez told investigators she swerved to avoid hitting an animal on Highway 1 on July 6 and plunged over the cliff north of Nacimiento Fergusson Road. She says she met so many lovely people for her rescue and help bringing her up the cliff.

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