Seymour, TX — An elderly woman from Brownwood was involved in a car wreck along U.S. 183 near Seymour this past weekend and was trapped for 2 days until a passerby rescued her. The woman has since been identified as 75-year old Wanda Mobley, and the accident happened last Friday, June 26, 2015.
Mobley was en route for Oklahoma that day and was driving along U.S. 183 when she says an animal darted out in front of her. She swerved to avoid it, but drove off the road by accident and ended up in a ravine.
The car slightly overturned and sustained some major damage. Wanda Mobley was able to get out of the car, but couldn’t walk. She stayed by the car for two days until a passerby noticed that a sign on U.S. 183 looked like it had been knocked down.
When he investigated some more, he found Mobley and called for help. This was on Sunday. She later told the police that she survived the two days with just 3 Sprites she had brought along with her and also the oily water leaking from the car.
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