Missing Del Mar Woman Pulled From Wreckage

Elizabeth Allen, 50, has a medical condition that puts her at-risk

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    Elizabeth Allen, 50, went missing on Thursday morning.

    A missing Del Mar woman who is at-risk was found Thursday afternoon, according to the sheriff's department.

    Elizabeth Allen, 50, was reported missing earlier in the day. She was pulled from a ravine by rescue crews at around 3 p.m. in Valley Center. She had crashed her car and was pulled from the wreckage, alive but with some injuries.

    Officials said her medical condition put her at-risk. Her husband originally reported her missing around 11 a.m. after he went to a towing facility and told a deputy his wife had not returned home from the casino.

    The husband told officials that he'd last spoke to her on the phone Wednesday morning. Allen told him she was at Valley View Casino Center.

    Her car was found rolled down a cliff in Valley Center on Wednesday afternoon. A cell phone was also found in the car and witnesses told authorities they saw a woman running away from the vehicle.

    Officials said Allen is currently receiving medical attention.

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