A woman who vanished on Valentine’s Day was found clinging to a tree on a “steep slope” in Nevada, rescuers informed information retailers.
Gayle Stewart was reported missing on Monday, Feb. 14, after leaving her home in Reno at about 8 a.m., News 4 reported. The Reno Police Department started the seek for the 64-year-old that day.
Family and pals scoured the realm searching for Stewart. One individual, a pal of Stewart’s son, started looking out on a close-by cliff, the Reno Fire Department mentioned.
The rescue is “kind of a miracle story,” Seth Williams, the battalion chief for the fireplace division, informed KOLO.
The woman was found 400 ft off the street clinging to a tree, the information outlet reported. She was on a steep slope, firefighters mentioned.
“The son called up some friends to start searching for her and one of the boys just decided to head off this cliff thinking maybe she fell down there and found her clinging to a tree,” Williams informed the information outlet. “He mentioned the very last thing she mentioned was ‘help’ after which didn’t discuss anymore.“
Firefighters responded to the realm to assist stabilize the woman. They spent about half-hour making a rescue system to tug Stewart to security and took her again to the street, the fireplace division mentioned.
The woman was taken to a hospital and is predicted to recuperate, KOLO reported.