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How was missing Texas woman found alive in jeep?

The missing Texas woman found alive was in a jeep half-sunk, spotted by fishermen

By Web Desk
April 12, 2023
Two men rescue a woman from a submerged Jeep on the south side of Lake o’ the Pines in southwest Marion County, Texas, on Friday.— Marion County Sheriffs Office via Facebook
Two men rescue a woman from a submerged Jeep on the south side of Lake o’ the Pines in southwest Marion County, Texas, on Friday.— Marion County Sheriff's Office via Facebook

In what is being called a miracle, a missing Texas woman was found alive in a Jeep that had been submerged in the frigid waters of a lake in East Texas for hours.

The Marion County Sheriff’s Office has released the identity of a woman who was reported missing for some time. 

She was rescued by a local fisherman who sailed into a half-sunk vehicle near a boat ramp in Lake O’ the Pines, and immediately informed the authorities, but they were unsure if there were any passengers inside the car. Lake o’ the Pines is located 70 miles northwest of Shreveport, Louisiana. 

When the police and wrecker service official began to pull the vehicle out of the water, they discovered a woman in the cabin who was still alive. The rescued woman was taken to a local hospital for treatment and was reported to be in good health. 

Photos released by the sheriff's office show two men pulling the woman out of the water and into a small boat, with part of the Jeep visible above the water.