Michigan woman missing after finding car under water

A Wyoming, Michigan woman, Annile Hobbs, 26, is missing after her car was found in the Plaster Creek.
The car was found Saturday afternoon and when the car was pulled from the water it was found to be empty.
Annile was seen by her sister, Amberli Myrick when she asked her to watch her 2-year-old son on Friday evening while she went out with a friend. A friend of Annile says he saw Annile at a gas station around 3: a.m. on Saturday.

“She had an injury on her head and apparently she didn’t want to go anywhere with him” said Myrick.
Wyoming Police don’t suspect foul play in the accident. They believe that Annile was speeding and crashed through a barrier and plummeted 15 feet into the creek.

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