Lillian Wiki – Lillian Biography
Lillian, a woman was found after going missing for five days in the Victorian bushland with only “a couple of snacks” and her “common sense.” Lillian, 48, headed off on what was supposed to be a brief day trip into the dense bushland at Bright in Victoria’s High Country on Sunday.
The moment she was discovered by emergency personnel on Friday during a search of the steep terrain after her car was seen at the end of a gravel road in the Mitta Mitta forest, has been captured on video.
On April 30, Lillian was driving towards Dartmouth Dam when she came to a halt at the end of Yankee Point Track. She attempted to turn around after realizing she had taken the incorrect way, but her car became stuck in the mud.
Lillian is 48 years old.
Missing woman found in High Country survived five days on lollies
Lillian was forced to stay with her car in the isolated woods because she couldn’t call for aid and couldn’t walk to help owing to health issues. After her family raised the alarm on April 30 after not receiving Lillian’s daily check-in call, police conducted extensive searches in the Mitta Mitta, Wodonga, Bright, and Albury districts.
The police helicopter was able to guide a local police van to the 48-year-old’s location after spotting her. She was located “safe and well.” Lillian was able to survive, according to Wodonga Police Station sergeant Martin Torpey, in part because of certain gifts she had luckily stashed away in her vehicle.
“The only liquid Lillian, who doesn’t drink, had with her was a bottle of wine she bought as a gift for her mother, so that got her through,” Sergeant Torpey explained. “She was only going on a day trip and had only brought a couple of snacks and lollipops with her, but no water.”She exercised good judgment by staying with her car and not wandering off into the bush, which helped authorities discover her.”
Because she couldn’t move her automobile, Lillian relied on its heater to keep her warm throughout the cold nights. Lillian was found around 37 miles from the nearest town and was “extremely relieved” to see police, who were “just as happy to see her” on Friday. Lillian was admitted to the hospital.