(Fox News) A North Carolina mom used a phone tracking app to find her missing teenage daughter who had been pinned underneath her car for more than seven hours after careening 25 feet down the side of a mountain.
Catrina Cramer Alexander, of Mount Airy, N.C., said she resorted to the Find My Friends app after her 17-year-old daughter Macy Smith missed curfew and did not respond to texts or calls from her mother or brother.
"The lack of response was out of character for her," Alexander told Greensboro's WFMY-TV. She hopped in her car to investigate after the GPS tracking showed that her daughter had been in the same location for “far too long.”
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