A missing woman in Massachusetts was found alive as hikers discovered her stuck in the mud at a state park on Monday.
A 31-year-old, Emma Tetewsky, the missing woman in Massachusetts was reported missing by her family on June 26. According to Stoughton residents, the missing woman in Massachusetts was last seen walking around on June 26 near the area of Lakewood Drive and Pinewood Pond better known as Harrison’s Pond as stated in the press release from the Stoughton Police Department.
Police worried for the health and well-being of the missing woman in Massachusetts
Police did not deem the disappearance of the missing woman in Massachusetts as suspicious, stating that she was not in imminent danger, rather they are more concerned for the health and well-being of the missing woman in Massachusetts as “she may not have eaten or drank any water.” Told to the Fox affiliate WFXT by Stoughton Police Chief, Donna McNamara.
The missing woman in Massachusetts, Tetewsky is known for taking frequent walks in the neighborhood, However, this time was different as she did not bring along with her any cell phone or cash. As told by McNamara, as stated in an article by the People.
Following the days that the missing woman in Massachusetts was reported missing, Police used dogs and foot patrols to search the wooded area surrounding Pinewood Pond. Sonar, helicopters, and drones were also utilized but to no avail, their search did not produce any results.
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Hikers heard her pleas for help and alerted the police immediately
Luckily, after a week, a report was made by hikers who were passing through Borderland Park, about a woman screaming weakly for help. As they reached the place, they saw the missing woman in Massachusetts covered in mud. The missing woman in Massachusetts was stuck there for approximately three days. As the mud dried out, hikers cannot assist her themselves so they immediately alerted the Easton Police.
ATVs were used to pull her out. The missing woman in Massachusetts was conscious and alert throughout the extraction. She was taken to a local hospital for observation after boarding the ambulance.
The Stoughton Police Department said in a statement, following the discovery and rescue of the missing woman in Massachusetts. “There were so many agencies involved in the search for Emma over the last week. We thank everyone involved; the public never gave up hope that she would be located safely. She could not have been located without the public’s help.”