SANTA CRUZ, Calif. --
A 58-year-old Northern California woman was found alive after being stranded in the woods six days.A man and his son found Debra Collins suffering from hypothermia a little about noon Saturday. She was on an unmarked trail in a remote park in the Santa Cruz Mountains.
Authorities said Collins had fallen during a hike, injuring her ankle and could not walk.
Collins appeared in good spirits as rescuers carried her down the mountain and took her to a hospital.
She had no food during her ordeal, but she was able to get water from a nearby creek.