Rescue crews had to spend two hours transporting Ms. Clark to the command center for first responders. The cops said she had no broken bones.
In the US, a woman, 72, was discovered alive four days after her car plunged into a ravine. The New York Post reports that Penny Kay Clark was discovered not far from the scene of her vehicle accident. After shopping on December 5, Ms. Clark did not return, and her family reported her missing, according to Canyon County Sheriff Kieran Donahue. According to a statement from the sheriff’s office, her car, a 2021 Chevy Equinox, crashed about 200 yards down a ravine, and two men found it four days later.
The Idaho Mountain Search and Rescue and the Canyon County Sheriff’s Office (CCSO) started collaborating on a rescue strategy for her. The official statement stated that numerous additional agencies were also sent to the area to provide assistance, including Life Flight Network, Nampa Police Department, Upper Deer Flat Fire, Melba Fire, Canyon County Paramedics, and Idaho Fish & Game.
According to the Post, it took rescue crews two hours to transport Ms. Clark to the command post for first responders. She was taken to a nearby hospital by helicopter; according to the authorities, she didn’t have any broken bones.
The sheriff stated, “In all my years of law enforcement, this is honestly one of the most miraculous incidents I can recall. It’s a true testament to Penny Clark’s strength and fortitude.”
“She had been there for at least a few days, and most likely since Tuesday when her family last spoke with her, according to the doctors who assessed her on the site. It’s really amazing, and I hope she recovers completely,” he continued.
Ms. Clark is presently receiving medical attention for her wounds at a nearby hospital. According to police, her family has asked for privacy while she continues to heal.