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    Hailey Anderson (43) found deceased from a car accident 10 days after she went missing

    https://www.fox9.com/news/police-wis...-going-missing

    A western Wisconsin woman, who has been missing for more than a week, made a frantic phone to a friend before vanishing. Police said Sunday she might be in Luck, Wisconsin.

    In an alert sent out by Wisconsin state authorities on Friday, police said 43-year-old Hailey Anderson was last seen on September 16 in Turtle Lake, Wisconsin leaving the casino around 7:53 p.m.

    On that day, police say she made a "frantic" phone call to a friend saying her boyfriend had hit her before the call ended abruptly.

    Since that time, police say she hasn't had contact with her friends, family, or children, all of whom she normally has daily contact with. She was supposed to be traveling to Hibbing, Minnesota, but police say, after being turned off for the past week, her phone last pinged Friday afternoon in Luck, Wisconsin.

    Police say Anderson drives a red 1998 Honda CRV with the Wisconsin plates ALH-2987. She is described as 5-feet-4-inches tall, weighing about 150 pounds, with brown hair and blue eyes. She was last wearing a white sweatshirt and jeans.

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    https://www.weau.com/2021/09/27/cumb...-county-crash/

    Cumberland Police: Missing woman’s vehicle involved in fatal Douglas County crash

    A missing woman may have died in a crash in Douglas County, according to police.

    The Cumberland Police Department said 43-year-old Hailey A. Anderson is believed to have died in a crash Sept. 16. In a press release, Cumberland Police said Anderson’s vehicle, a red Honda CR-V, was found by the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office near the edge of the Amnicon River, located south of Superior and west of Poplar, on Monday morning, Sept. 27. The vehicle left Highway 53 and crashed into the river bank, according to the release. The vehicle’s operator, a woman, was ejected and found dead at the crash site. Police believe that Anderson is the person who died in the crash, but official identification has not been made.

    The crash investigation is being handled by the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office. An autopsy is scheduled for Sept. 28.

    Anderson was last seen on September 16 at 7:53 p.m. leaving the Turtle Lake Casino. Anderson’s last known location was near South Range, Wis. in Douglas County, about 85 miles north of Turtle Lake, at 3:00 a.m. on September 17, according to police. Anderson was supposed to be traveling to Hibbing, Minn. but never made it to her destination.

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