A woman who crashed off a coastal cliff in California survived for a week by drinking radiator water from her written-off auto.
Hernandez was on a road trip from her home in Portland to visit her sister Isabel in Lancaster, Los Angeles County, when she crashed.
Image Monterey County Sheriff's Office
First responders used ropes to pull Hernandez to safety after she drove her Jeep over a cliff in coastal California.
Her mysterious disappearance sparked a major search as her frantic family awaited news, and a $10,000 reward was offered for information. Miss Hernandez was lying close by, conscious and in remarkably good condition, screaming for help.
After surveillance video from a business showed Hernandez traveling south on Highway 1 into Monterey County, the Monterey County Sheriff's Office took over the search on Thursday. Her vehicle was partially in the water.
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Spokesman John Thornburg said she was lucky to be alive. Two days after she was found by two surfers, she described her ordeal in detail in a Facebook post.
The area has no cell reception, so Chelsea ran back to the campground to call for help while Chad gave Angela food and blankets.
Meanwhile, she had been reported missing on her journey from Portland to California, and authorities had found evidence she was last seen July 6 on Highway 1 through Big Sur.
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From her hospital bed, 23-year-old Angela Hernandez posted a detailed account Sunday night on Facebook of her survival after the crash.
"The only thing I really remember after that was waking up", she wrote. "Total legend. She's here for a reason and we were there for a reason and we're so glad she's OK", said Chelsea. "I could see cars driving across the cliff and felt like if I could yell just loud enough, that one could hear or see me". She says she met so many attractive people for her rescue and help bringing her up the cliff. I'm sharing this again because any little bit helps, it will all be going my sister who lost so much and gained so much all in one time.
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