California woman found alive in snow-covered vehicle after 6 days missing in mountains

Good News Notes:

“A woman with dementia who was reported missing six days ago in Northern California was found alive on Wednesday in a snow-covered vehicle, according to officials.

The Butte County Sheriff’s Office said in a news release that around noon, a sheriff’s helicopter searching the area near the Butte Meadows spotted a vehicle matching the description of an SUV owned by Paula Beth James, 68. After the pilot landed the helicopter, two officers hiked to the vehicle and found James inside, alive.

‘She was awake and conscious. And she looked at them and she said, ‘I’m very cold, I hope you brought a blanket,’ Butte County Sheriff spokesperson Megan McMann told FOX40.”

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