PELHAM, ALA (WIAT)- New Details are being released by police and Fire & Rescue in the search and finding of Lisa Holman whose car went off Shelby County Road 36 down an embankment around 20 feet.
A total of 482 volunteers helped out in the search effort for Lisa Holman.
Monday night Holman remains in the hospital with some broken bones. Pelham Fire Chief Tim Hunnicutt tells CBS 42 she was found around 700 feet from the crash site in a dense wooded area.
When she crashed police believe she passed out. Shortly after, she then wondered around the area in the woods. She found shelter at an under hang from from the weather for part of the time she was missing. Police said Holman was mobile during the search and was either behind or
in front of searchers Saturday.
Drones were limited and helicopters were not able to be use because the weather. With no luck Saturday, hundreds of volunteers came out sunday, a group called name and she then found.
“Successful outcome because of the wonderful people in this community I can’t say that enough it was a community effort.” said Pelham police chief Larry Palmer.