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Injured Woman Rescues Herself

Cynthia Blair-Hoover of Granby, Colorado crashed on the way to Denver when her car went off a cliff near Central City. Although the fall left the 52-year-old woman with eleven broken ribs, broken vertebrae, and a punctured lung, she began inching her way towards an old mine by sliding on her back.
For five and a half days and nights, Hoover sucked moisture off her hair and did her best to stay warm through rain, hail and even snow at the 8,000 foot mark in the mountains. By the following Tuesday, she was able to hear voices coming from the mine, where they were conducting tours. When the voices stopped, she would yell for help and after several minutes, one of the men heard her cries for help.

"I couldn't believe she was able to survive," said Fire Chief, Gary Allen. "We have mountain lions, bears and other critters up here. It is a miracle she wasn't mauled to death."

Hoover was airlifted to a hospital in Denver, where she is currently recovering in the intensive care unit. Link -via Arbroath

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She didn’t rescue herself, though. She survived.

Semantics, schemantics - she did slide towards the mine where there were people, so in a way, she did rescue herself.
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