It was an amazing story of survival that made national headlines nearly a year ago.
The toddler who was rescued from a Utah river over the weekend after a car crash in which the vehicle plunged into a freezing river was released from the hospital Wednesday.
So how did Lily Groesbeck survive hanging upside down for 14 hours inside the car in near-freezing temperatures? The car was partially submerged, but the water never reached the little girl.
Incredible new details are emerging about what brought rescuers to a toddler trapped in a car in a lake.
An 18-month-old girl was found alive in her car seat after a crash in which the car plunged into a frigid river in Spanish Fork, Utah. The baby's mother, 25-year-old Lynn Groesbeck, died in the accident. Police believe she lost control of the car on a bridge Friday night.