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Last Tuesday afternoon Victoria Grover set out for a day hike to see and creek.
A remote part of Garfield County she stayed overnight with no problem but the next day she broker lay.
I was working my way back to where the trail head was and I jumped to about three or four feet.
And there was a rock under the sand and it hit -- -- and I had a broken leg -- my -- went this way so Blaine Neal is right here.
But my foot -- it that way.
Using a walking stick Grover created a makeshift splits and crawled thirty yards to see -- creek she found water.
But had no food or shelter -- and another big problem.
Her main issue I think was a -- -- hypothermia was certainly could have died at their because the last night I know I was very hypothermic because I stopped shivering.
The 59 year old woman slept in the day and built fires at night.
Battling hallucination as she prayed rescuers were forever -- -- that I would be found me and I also was.
-- by that point I was much more peaceful with my face it whatever happened would be okay.
-- -- in check out of her hotel room the staff called 911.
And cops found her car rental agreement that was key because they tracked the car down -- that eventually her.
It was a UHV helicopter that spot better.
I am tremendously grateful to be here I and -- particularly grateful to the sheriff's department.
Two with the deputies in Garfield county and the volunteers that came out to find me doctors say she'll be out of the hospital in two to three days.
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