Lisa Holman's family releases statement

Lisa Holman's family releases statement
Source: Pelham PD/Facebook
Lisa Holman with Detective Vandiver, Captain Lott, and Chief Palmer of Pelham Police Department, & Chief Reid of Pelham Fire. (Source: Kathy Caufield)
Lisa Holman with Detective Vandiver, Captain Lott, and Chief Palmer of Pelham Police Department, & Chief Reid of Pelham Fire. (Source: Kathy Caufield)
Ray Franklin (left) and Anthony Berryman (right), both in the group that found Lisa Holman. Berryman heard Holman calling out and was the first one to her. (Source: Kathy Caufield)
Ray Franklin (left) and Anthony Berryman (right), both in the group that found Lisa Holman. Berryman heard Holman calling out and was the first one to her. (Source: Kathy Caufield)
Holman's car after the accident. (Source: Kathy Caufield)
Holman's car after the accident. (Source: Kathy Caufield)
Holman's car after the accident. (Source: Kathy Caufield)
Holman's car after the accident. (Source: Kathy Caufield)

SHELBY COUNTY, AL (WBRC) - Holman was reported missing Saturday morning when her car was found wrecked along County Road 36 in Shelby County. Holman was found alive Sunday morning with minor injuries after being missing for more than 36 hours.

Holman's family has released a statement through the Pelham Police Department.

Needless to say, the last two days have been very emotional for our family; Lisa's rescue Sunday morning was definitely an answered prayer. Amazingly, she has suffered only a few broken bones and other minor injuries as a result of the accident. Her ability to withstand these injuries, the weather conditions, and the length of time in the woods is a testament to her resiliency.

We would like to express our deepest gratitude to the coordinated effort provided by the Pelham Police Department, Pelham Fire Department, and the Shelby County Sheriff's Office. They led this rescue mission not only with determined tenacity, but also with true compassion. They kept the family comforted and well informed while organizing the rescue efforts. We would also like to thank the following agencies who assisted in the search: Shelby County EMA, Chelsea Fire Department, Childersburg Rescue Squad, Alexander City Rescue Squad, Regional Paramedic Service, SAR K9's of Alabama, the American Red Cross, and Red Mountain Search Dog Association.

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