Driver ended up in water, yelling ‘Help me !’

Posted: March 2, 2014 at 3:51 a.m.

Relatives of Janice Northcross watch Feb. 9 as Hempstead County sheriff’s deputies and Arkansas wildlife officers search for her on the Red River under the Interstate 30 bridge.

The banks of the Red River where it crosses from Miller County to Hempstead County are steep and treacherous, with craggy sand cliffs and deep sinkholes created by sand that is constantly on the move.

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