Imagine sliding off the road on a snowy mountain pass and your car is hidden from passersby. And you are injured. Now imagine spending four days in that car.

That's what happened to a 68-year-old retired nurse on Blewett Pass in central Washington. Four long days and she lived to tell the story!

Amazingly, her daughter had thrown a bag of sweaters in the car that were supposed to go to Goodwill. That bag of sweaters ended up saving the woman's life! They kept her warm and she was able to wrap her wounds with them.

Searches by police from Ellensburg to Spokane came up empty. But the daughter didn't give up and eventually found her! A bag of sweaters and perseverance is what it took to save This Woman's life. Read the full story HERE.

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