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WATCH ABOVE: Oroville woman gives birth while lost in Plumas National Forest, spending three days alone with newborn daughter. Anthony Peters reports.
TORONTO – A California woman has been rescued days after getting lost, giving birth all by herself and having to survive for three days in the middle of a national forest.
Oroville, California native Amber Pangborn, 35, went into labour Thursday and decided to get off the Oroville-Quincy Highway, north of Sacramento, and drive ‘the road less taken’ to her parents home.
“I was told about this back road and people had showed it to me a few times but I had never driven it by myself,” Pangborn told NBC.
Her decision soon turned out to be the wrong one. Pangborn’s car ran out of gas while travelling along French Creek Road and her mobile phone couldn’t acquire a signal.
“There was no cellphone service, there was no… there was nothing,”…
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