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Angela Hernandez. RadarOnline articles

Angela Hernandez. RadarOnline articles

She managed to survive the crash and had been stranded on the small section of coast since July 6, when she was last seen near Half Moon Bay.

A massive search for Angela Hernandez, a 23-year-old Portland woman who went missing while traveling to Southern California, focused on Monterey County last Wednesday after her phone was tracked to Carmel Highlands.

A missing OR woman was safely rescued after her white Jeep was spotted over the side of a cliff off Highway 1, north of Nacimiento-Fergusson Road, on Friday evening.

When she was found her auto was partially submerged in the water and she was able to walk and talk as police scaled down the cliff on ropes to hoist her to safety on Friday. Hernandez was injured but able to walk and talk, according to Monterey County Sheriff's Cmdr. Hernandez was lying close by, conscious and in remarkably good condition, screaming for help. "I hope everyone will have patience for her and her recovery".

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"My sister is alive, she's talking, and she's still trying to come to understand everything", Angela's sister, Isabel Hernandez, wrote on Facebook Saturday morning.

"When she woke up, she realized what had happened to her", Bernal continued. "I'm so happy", Angela's sister Isabel Hernandez said in a video posted to Facebook.

Rescue crews had searched the area and found no "obvious" signs that a vehicle had gone over a cliff, Bernal said.

She was transported by ambulance to a waiting helicopter and then to Twin Cities Community Hospital in Templeton, according to SFGate. "She's going to have a long recovery".

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Sheriffs said she had told her sister she would stay overnight in a auto park before continuing her journey the next morning, but they had not heard from her after 6 July.

Chelsea Moore made her way to a camp and called 911 before spotting a missing person handout with Hernandez's photo. Everybody that ... helped us through the whole thing and Angela will be OK. Hernandez's Jeep Patriot apparently ran off Highway 1, the north-south highway that hugs the Pacific coastline. She broke a window to escape her vehicle.

"In her accident, she has lost everything". "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 wrote.

A GoFundMe account has been set up by her sister.

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