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Missing Woman Found Stuck in Mud at Massachusetts State Park




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A woman who had been reported missing for a week in Massachusetts was discovered on Monday, stuck in the mud at a state park, according to the police, Your Content has learned.

Emma Tetewsky, aged 31, was last seen around noon on June 26 and was known to frequent Pinewood Pond in Stoughton and Lake Massapoag in Sharon, as stated in a news release by the Stoughton police.

Hikers in the vicinity of Borderland State Park, approximately 30 miles south of Boston, heard the cries for help from Tetewsky in a swamp-like region and immediately alerted the authorities.

However, due to the challenging terrain, they were unable to reach her on foot, prompting them to call for assistance.

Upon arrival, the officers could hear Tetewsky but were unable to locate her.

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Despite the dense vegetation and marshland, three officers bravely waded through 50 feet of thick brush and swamp to reach her location.

Law enforcement estimates that she may have been trapped for at least three days.

The police expressed their gratitude to the Easton PD, who utilized all-terrain vehicles (ATVs) in the rescue operation to extricate Emma from the mud where she had been stuck for several days.

The perseverance of the public played a significant role, as their unwavering hope helped drive the search efforts.

Despite her ordeal, Tetewsky remained conscious and alert, although she sustained serious injuries that are not believed to be life-threatening, according to the authorities.

She was subsequently transported to a local hospital for further observation, according to CNN.

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