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A Tennessee woman whose car traveled down an embankment in Lycoming County’s Pine Township became trapped in the vehicle for two days.


On Thursday, October 6th, 66-year-old Connie L. Miller of Elizabethton, TN, was driving a 2016 Nissan Altima in a north direction on Route 287, according to the Pennsylvania State Police. While Miller was trying to negotiate a left curve, her car headed toward an embankment to the east. The car hit a guardrail before briefly leaving the ground. Then, the car’s undercarriage hit the embankment. The car traveled north along the embankment while striking some shrubs. The car traveled to a ditch where it rested.


Miller was stuck inside the vehicle for two days until a passerby who was taking photos of fall foliage spotted the vehicle at about 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, October 8th. That passerby was Jennifer Miller of Pittsburgh. Miller was taken to Williamsport Regional Medical Center to be treated for her injuries. According to police, Miller had her seat belt on. Her current condition is not known.