Missing endangered Illinois woman found stuck in Laurel County ditch


LAUREL COUNTY, Ky. (WTVQ)- A missing endangered woman from Illinois was found stuck in a ditch in Laurel County Friday morning.

Deputies were sent to Boat Dock Road overnight for a possible traffic crash.

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They found a red Hyundai Sonata stuck in a ditch. There was no damage, but the 77-year-old driver had been reported missing and endangered from Illinois on Wednesday.

She was taken to the hospital and family traveled from North Carolina to come pick her up.

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