Two women missing in Northern Michigan since April 10th have been found!

The sisters, Leslie Roy, 52, and Lee Marie Wright, 56, were trapped in an SUV for almost two weeks. The pair survived by eating Girl Scout cookies and cheese puffs.

MLive Media Group/ The Grand Rapids Press reports that Wright, from Oklahoma, and Roy, from Nebraska, were traveling in the Upper Peninsula visiting family in Ishpeming.

The sisters had planned to stay to stay at a hotel in Mackinaw City, but never arrived. They were last seen by family April 10th.

The two had told family they might do some sightseeing, mentioning visiting Tahquamenon Falls.

Near that area is where police eventually found them. The women's SUV got stuck in some deep snow on Crisp Point Road, about three miles west of Crisp Point Lighthouse on Lake Superior, in Luce County.

They had no cell phone coverage and the area is so remote, there were no passing cars.

Eventually the car lost power and the two had to stay warm by wearing layers of clothes.

They melted snow for water and rationed the Girl Scout cookies and cheese puffs they had with them to stay alive.

On Friday, a search helicopter spotted a reflection off the vehicle's windshield, and the women were rescued.

Roy and Wright were transported to Helen Newberry Joy Hospital in Newberry for evaluation.

Amazingly, the sisters are reported to be in good health.


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