BREAKING: Missing woman found alive in wrecked car, says she’s been there for days

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UPDATE:

The Alabama Law Enforcement Agency has released the following statement concerning the discovery of Robin Fancher:

Alabama State Troopers are investigating a single vehicle crash that was discovered today, April. 22, by a passerby around 12:30 p.m. on County Road 203 at the Limestone Creek Bridge, just south of Dothan. It is believed that the crash occurred several days ago, but was not easily visible from the roadway. The driver was identified as Robin Fancher, who was reported missing to Headland Police Department on Saturday, April 20 by family members. She was last seen leaving a residence in Headland on Wednesday, April 17. Fancher, who was entrapped in the vehicle, was transported to a local hospital for treatment of her injuries. Nothing further is available as Alabama State Troopers continue to investigate. 

ORIGINAL REPORT:

DOTHAN, Ala. (WDHN) — A woman reported to be missing has been found alive inside a wrecked car after being there for days, according to her.

Scanner traffic reported that the vehicle was found in a ditch off of Campbellton Highway.

Headland police have confirmed that this woman is Robin Joyce Fancher, the woman reported missing a few days ago.

Fancher was last seen leaving Greentree Apartments in Headland to go to the post office. During her absence, she was believed to be in the Rehobeth area.

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