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A woman whose vehicle was found stuck Friday in the Tiger Bay Wildlife Management area near Daytona Beach has been found alive.
The Volusia County Sheriff Office said 30-year-old Nikki Shriver was found in Tiger Bay State Forest just before 5:30 a.m. Tuesday.
Shriver was found after detectives returned to the woods near the area where Shriver went missing and turned on their sirens. Shriver came out from a wooded area about a mile south of the location where her vehicle was stuck, deputies said.
Wildlife officials found her vehicle stuck in the Tiger Bay Wildlife Management area around 1 p.m. Friday.
Deputies said Shriver has been admitted to a hospital under a Baker Act. Investigators said she made some comments Tuesday morning that suggest she needs some mental health help.
Investigators who spoke with Shriver said she told them that she was deliberately running and hiding from search crews and feared somebody else was looking for her.