Enid woman who disappeared after leaving Oklahoma City hospital is found
Suzanne Hershberger, 52, of Enid, was found safe Wednesday at an Oklahoma City mission after she went missing Monday afternoon at St. Anthony Hospital.
An Enid woman who had been missing since Monday evening was found safe Wednesday at a downtown Oklahoma City mission, police said.
Suzanne Hershberger, 52, was last seen about 5 p.m. Monday at St. Anthony Hospital, 1000 N Lee Ave.
Hershberger was found about 5:30 p.m. Wednesday and evaluated by medical personnel, Oklahoma City police Lt. Jason Samuel said.
Samuel said he did not know Hershberger's whereabouts Wednesday night.
Hershberger was identified after someone recognized her from a photograph, he said.
Hershberger had been taken to St. Anthony Hospital for treatment of blood clots in her legs after being off her blood thinner medication for two weeks, said her sister, Phyllis Crosswhite.
Crosswhite said her sister refused medical treatment at the hospital and left after being released.
Contributing: Staff Writer Leighanne Manwarren
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