Woman, 84, found alive after three days missing in Western Australian bush
Patricia Byrne discovered ‘weakened’ but walking along side of a road, rescuers say
The family of an 84-year-old woman who went missing in a national park in Western Australia last week say they feel like they have won the lottery after she was found weak but alive on Sunday.
Patricia Byrne shocked police and rescue workers after she appeared from bushland in the the Stirling Range national park, in the state’s south-west. She had not been seen since Thursday, and her disappearance sparked a land and air search effort of Mount Trio.