Mom Uses GPS To Save Daughter Who Was Trapped Under Car

You gotta hand it to this mom. Catrina Cramer Alexander, of Mount Airy, N.C took matters into her own hands when trying to find her daughter. Alexander told WFMY-TV, she resorted to the Find My Friends app after her 17-year-old daughter Macy Smith missed curfew and did not respond to texts or calls from her mother or brother. Sounds kind of normal for a teenager but according to WFMY-TV, "The lack of response was out of character for her, She hopped in her car to investigate after the GPS tracking showed that her daughter had been in the same location for far too long.”

"I can't explain watching the GPS on my phone with my dot for my phone getting close to hers and then suddenly seeing the tire tracks," the mother explained. Alexander found her daughter pinned underneath her car down a 25-foot embankment in Pilot Mountain. Macy says, she had hydroplaned and flipped her car 3 times. The 17-year-old also fractured her neck and had undergone surgery to relieve pressure and swelling. She also suffered severe nerve damage in her left arm, which had been pinned underneath her car.

Luckily, she survived the ordeal thanks to her mom!


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