US girl rescued a week after California cliff plunge

Ms Hernandez is found Symbol copyright Reuters Image caption Ms Hernandez survived by consuming radiator water from her wrecked jeep

A US lady whose car plunged off a California cliff has been found alive every week after she used to be said missing.

Angela Hernandez, 23, survived via consuming water from the radiator of her wrecked jeep, police mentioned.

She used to be discovered by hikers on Friday when they saw her vehicle in part submerged at the backside of a 60m (200ft) cliff in the Big Sur area.

Ms Hernandez used to be aware however had a shoulder harm and looked as if it would have suffered concussion, police said.

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She informed investigators she had swerved to avoid hitting an animal on Highway 1, California’s famed coastal highway.

Symbol copyright Reuters Image caption Ms Hernandez’s car plunged down a 60m cliff at Big Sur

Monterey County Sheriff’s Office spokesman John Thornburg stated she was once fortunate to be alive.

“it’s always the autumn that gets them, or the ocean that will get them, and she was once fortunate to survive both,” he stated.

Ms Hernandez would wish time to get over her ordeal, her sister Isabel wrote on Facebook.

“this is very traumatic and will be a sluggish recovery process,” she said.

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