UPDATED: Traveling nurse who went missing near Crater Lake found
Updated 10:30 a.m.
The Georgia woman who went missing en route to Crater Lake has been found, Oregon State Police reported.
OSP contacted Andria C. Terrell at 10 a.m. today via cell phone. She had last been seen 1 p.m. Sunday in Douglas County near Canyonville. She is safe and traveling with a friend, and had run into a patch of bad cellular service, police said.
CRATER LAKE — A traveling nurse working in Eugene who was en route to Crater Lake Sunday has gone missing, and Oregon State Police are asking for the public's help in locating her.
Andria C. Terrell, 51, of Georgia, has been missing since about 1 p.m. Sunday, OSP said in a news release. She was driving to Crater Lake in a 2014 blue Kia Forte, which she had rented. The vehicle's license plate is California 7AXZ944. Terrell's last known location was in Douglas County near Canyonville.
Family and friends have not heard from Terrell, which they say is unusual. Attempts to reach her by cell phone have been unsuccessful. OSP and officers from the Douglas County Sheriff's Department are searching area roads, and a notice has gone out to other law enforcement agencies in the region.
Terrell is 5 feet 2 inches tall, weighs about 140 pounds and has light-colored hair and blue eyes.
Anyone with information on the vehicle or Terrell's whereabouts should contact OSP's Southern Dispatch Center at 800-442-2068 or 541-776-6111.
— Ryan Pfeil