A search that lasted over two hours Friday night ended on a positive note after several agencies worked together to rescue a Daviess County woman on KY 142. At around 5:50pm, dispatch received a call from 78-year-old Dorothy Krahwinkle, who said she had been in an accident but didn’t know exactly where she was. The vehicle had landed on its side, making it impossible for her to get out. After sheriff’s deputies and other agencies were unable to locate Krahwinkle and her vehicle, a PHI-Air-Medical helicopter was called in, and finally located the vehicle wedged against a retaining wall near a home on Miller’s Mill Road. Emergency personnel were then sent to that location and were able to remove Krahwinkle from the vehicle. Several agencies assisted the sheriff’s department in the operation, including Kentucky State Police, the Owensboro Police Department, PHI Air-Ambulance, Search and Rescue, and fire departments from Daviess County, East Daviess, Thruston-Philpot, Masonville, Utica, and Whitesville.