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Fort Washakie woman rescued after 10 hours pinned inside her vehicle

LANDER — An observant Wyoming Department of Transportation maintenance employee saw tire tracks and a hole in the fence along Wyoming 28 south of Lander Tuesday, eventually leading to the rescue of a Fort Washakie woman.

 

March 31, 2018



LANDER — An observant Wyoming Department of Transportation maintenance employee saw tire tracks and a hole in the fence along Wyoming 28 south of Lander Tuesday, eventually leading to the rescue of a Fort Washakie woman.

Candice Tindall, 25, of Fort Washakie was extricated from her crashed vehicle by Fremont County fire and emergency services personnel after they were dispatched to the scene by South Pass WYDOT workers. She was life-flighted to the University of Utah Hospital in Salt Lake City with an assortment of non-life threatening injuries, according to Wyoming Highway Patrol Trooper...



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