Ann Rodgers recalls being lost in the eastern Arizona mountains for nine days before being rescued, while at the Arizona Department of Public Safety hangar in Tucson International Airport on Wednesday. Rodgers, of Tucson, Ariz., was headed to Phoenix and got lost near the White Mountains east of the Phoenix area. Her hybrid car ran out of gas and electric power, leaving her stranded in the middle of nowhere. Rodgers was rescued on April 9.
Ann Rodgers recalls being lost in the eastern Arizona mountains for nine days before being rescued, while at the Arizona Department of Public Safety hangar in Tucson International Airport on Wednesday. Rodgers, of Tucson, Ariz., was headed to Phoenix and got lost near the White Mountains east of the Phoenix area. Her hybrid car ran out of gas and electric power, leaving her stranded in the middle of nowhere. Rodgers was rescued on April 9. Astrid Galvan Associated Press
Ann Rodgers recalls being lost in the eastern Arizona mountains for nine days before being rescued, while at the Arizona Department of Public Safety hangar in Tucson International Airport on Wednesday. Rodgers, of Tucson, Ariz., was headed to Phoenix and got lost near the White Mountains east of the Phoenix area. Her hybrid car ran out of gas and electric power, leaving her stranded in the middle of nowhere. Rodgers was rescued on April 9. Astrid Galvan Associated Press

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