CITRONELLE, Ala. (WALA) - UPDATE, 8:28 p.m. April 28, 2013: Family members said two women who were missing since they were last seen in Mobile County on Friday were found safe in Philadelphia, Miss.
EARLIER: The mysterious disappearance of two women Friday afternoon, April 26 left family members searching for answers Sunday.
Gracie Daniels, 89, and her daughter 58-year-old Jeannetta Campbell were in a car together. Campbell was driving, following another family member on Highway 45 when her car got lost in traffic in Citronelle, on Friday around 1 p.m.
The other vehicle stopped to wait on Campbell, but she never caught up.
"She never passed them either. So then they went back to the spot where they last saw her, and she wasn't there. Then they decided maybe she did pass us, so we'll just continue on home to Millry. So, by the time they got to Millry she still wasn't there. And then they decided to come back to Citronelle, and that's when they filed the report there in Citronelle," Joyce Crum explained.
Crum said her mother and sister were visiting from Birmingham. The family took Daniels to USA Medical Center on Friday after she became ill.
After her release from the hospital, Campbell and the other family members were on their way to Millry in Washington County when Campbell and Daniels disappeared.
Crum said her mother has Alzheimer's, and her sister had experienced some recent memory problems.
The women were last seen in a black 2008 Ford Fusion. The vehicle has a Birmingham tag, number 1-B-7-0-K-1-2. If you've seen the women, or the car, call Citronelle Police.
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