Elizabeth Allen missing from Del Mar Found

UPDATE 3/14/13 –  Authorities said a Del Mar woman reported missing by her family was found on Thursday. She was pulled from a ravine by rescue crews after she had crashed a car.  She was pulled from the wreckage, alive but with some injuries.

The San Diego County Sheriff’s Department said 50-year-old Elizabeth Allen was located in Valley Center.
Her condition has not been released.
 
Elizabeth Allen, 50, from Del Mar, Calif. (San Diego County) has been missing since Thursday. March 14, 2013 around 11 a.m.

Her car had been towed from a ravine in Valley Center on Lake Wohlford Road.

 Her car was found rolled down a cliff yesterday, but deputies said they have not located her, reports NBC. A cell phone was also found in the car and witnesses told authorities they saw a woman running away from the vehicle.

Authorities said that Allen has a medical condition.  Her husband last spoke to her on the phone when she was at the Valley View Casino on Wednesday morning.

Allen was described as white, 5 feet 6 inches tall, about 112 pounds and has brown hair and brown eyes. She was last seen wearing a white shirt with blue

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