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Alabama woman found after almost a month wandering lost in the woods

A woman in Alabama has been reunited with her family after being lost in the woods for a month, sheltering among the trees and surviving on mushrooms and berries. Lisa Theris, 25, was found on Saturday afternoon after she finally reached a road, and managed to signal to a motorist for help. She had lost 50lbs and was covered in scratches and insect bites, but was not severely harmed.
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