According to Texas officials, a 63-year-old grandmother was found alive on Friday, May 6, three days after she went missing while walking her dog.
A Houston searcher found Sherry Noppe around 3 am on Friday. I heard her dog barking deep in the forestAt George Bush Park, according to Harris County District 5 Constable Ted Heap.
The heap called it a “small miracle.” Hoppe was found alive.
“Our concern is to get her out of the forest and take her to the hospital for medical evaluation,” he said.
Texas EquuSearch, who was involved in search and rescue, said at the beginning of the week Hoppe said:Recently diagnosed with dementia It can be very confusing and confusing. But despite her dementia, her family is on KHOU she “Very familiar” with the trail so 7,800 acres of park.
Her son told KTRK She didn’t bring the phone With her when she took her black Labrador retriever Max for a walk on Tuesday.
Mike England, who was part of the group that found Noppe, told Katy Magazine: Chasing dog picked up her scent on Thursday.. The team continued to chase Noppe’s dog bark until he found the missing woman at the beginning of Friday.
“Max absolutely saved her life,” England said. “She was flocking, cold and scared.”
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