She survived the crash that completely destroyed her auto and left her with a shoulder injury, but was trapped on the remote beach by herself.
An Oregon woman was found 200 feet down a cliff near Big Sur, Calif., since being missing one week ago, authorities said.
She told Monterey County Sheriff's deputies and CHP officers that survived the six days by drinking water from her car's radiator.
The 23-year-old raised alarm when she was unreachable by her family on July 6. She was spotted last on a surveillance camera at a gas station south of Carmel.
Isabel Hernandez set up a GoFundMe to help with her sister's medical costs and buy her a new auto, which had reached $3,470 of its $6,000 goal by Sunday morning.
Hernandez was driving from OR to her sister's home in southern California when she went missing, officials said.
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"Reports are she was talking and could walk", according to the statement. However, authorities say she was alert and was walking on a remote beach when rescuers reached her. Fog did not allow for an air search. She was flown by helicopter to a hospital.
She was found by hikers on Friday after they saw her vehicle partially submerged at the bottom of a 60m (200ft) cliff in the Big Sur area. "I'm so happy", Angela's sister Isabel Hernandez said in a video posted to Facebook.
Later that day her cell phone mysteriously pinged in Santa Cruz County. "Including her vehicle, which was her livelihood", she said.
The family started a GoFundMe page to aid in financing Angela's search efforts that will now be used to help in her recovery process.
"I know everyone on the West Coast and probably across the nation is thankful to know she is alive and on the road to recovery", Blankswade said.