Missing Portland woman found alive in California


PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — Missing Portland woman Angela Hernandez has been found, according to a tweet from the Monterey County Sheriff’s Office in California. 

The Monterey California Sheriff’s Office said a man and woman found the woman’s Jeep over a cliff off Hwy 1 and called 911. Hernandez was conscious, breathing, talking and walking on her own when she was found. She was taken to the hospital for an injured shoulder. 

Hernandez reportedly told deputies at the scene she had been in that spot since July 6. 

Hernandez was on her way to move in with her sister in the Los Angeles area and was last heard from on July 5. 

Her sister, Isabel Hernandez, said Angela’s lease recently ended in Portland and she was going to surprise her family by coming home and moving in with her in Lancaster.

Isabel last heard from Angela on Thursday July 5, when she said she was stopping in Half Moon Bay to sleep in her car. She checked in once again the next morning before falling off the grid. 

Until her disappearance, she had been in regular contact with her family. They said it is unlike her to not be in touch.

When Angela failed to make it to Lancaster by early Friday evening, Isabel was already on the phone with police.They pinged her cell phone to her last location — Davenport, California, which is about 55 miles south of where she slept.

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