A woman who vanished last weekend was found alive in a freezer in west Tulsa, Okla., after possibly climbing inside to take shelter from a storm, NBC station KJRH reported.
Theresa Christian, 59, disappeared Saturday and was discovered Wednesday with severe freezing of the legs, KJRH said. She was listed in serious condition, KJRH reported.
Her sons told the station they are relieved she was found alive.
"She wasn't answering the phone or anything like that, so I came by here (Tuesday) night, about 10:30, knocked on the door, knocked on the door, and I couldn't get a response or anything," Christian's son, Jermal Stewart, told KJRH.
Tuesday, Christian's brother, William Andy Jr., entered the apartment and did not find her.
"We went through the house calling out her name and stuff and couldn't get a response or anything," Andy told KJRH.
Stewart went back to the apartment early Wednesday and had the apartment's maintenance crew unlock the door again. "I heard her say, 'Help me, help me,'" Stewart said.
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