LAURENS COUNTY, S.C. (WSPA)- SLED had issued an endangered person alert for a woman who went missing Monday night.
Laurens County sheriff’s deputies say 68-year-old Tamra Agnis Curtis left from Bogey Drive in Fountain Inn around 8 p.m. Monday in her daughter’s 2015 blue Kia Optima.
SLED says she was found in the Gray Court area. EMS is headed there to check her condition.
She was found at Kellet’s Quick Stop on Highway 101 after she asked for directions.
Someone recognized that she was the missing woman.
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