She was trapped in a wrecked car for five days. How did she survive?
The Olympian reports Sharon Lee Leaming, 70, was found alive Sunday after her vehicle had gone over a 30-foot embankment. Her family told Q13's David Rose that Leaming survived on bananas, Pop-Tarts and 3 bottles of water. Thurston County Sheriff's. A mother was killed after her son fell asleep at the wheel along U.S. Highway 395 in Adams County. The Spokesman-Review reports (http://bit.ly/2s7Maig ) that Jaciel Parra Medina was driving south of Ritzville, Washington at about 5 a.m. Monday when the
Woman Honks Horn For Two Days After Crash Left Her Stranded For 5 Days
Having nothing but two bananas, pop tarts and a bottle of water, a Rochester woman survived five days after driving off the road two miles north of Oakville and crashing 30 feet down an embankment. Sharon Leaming, 70, had been missing since Tuesday
Sharon Leaming was trapped in her car after it plummeted down a 40-foot embankment, police said. (GoFundMe). A 70-year-old Washington woman survived for five days with only two bananas and two bottles of water for nourishment after her car careened. A Rochester woman who had been missing since Tuesday was found Sunday afternoon, a Thurston County Sheriff's Office sergeant said. Sharon Lee Leaming, 70, was found alive after her vehicle had gone over a 30-foot embankment in Grays Harbor
Dozens of people searched for longtime Rochester resident Sharon Lee Leaming, 70, who was trapped in a car that went off a 30-foot embankment for five days. Search teams included members of the Thurston County Sheriff's Office, the Grays Harbor. The Olympian reported that Sharon Lee Leaming was found alive Sunday after her vehicle had gone over a 30-foot embankment. Thurston County Sheriff's Office Sgt. Dave Odegaard says she has been flown to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle.