KINGFISHER, Okla. (AP) - Authorities are searching for an Oklahoma grandmother who went missing last week after an appointment at a rehabilitation hospital in Oklahoma City.
Relatives of Betty Simon say they're concerned that she may have crashed her car while driving home to Kingfisher one week ago. Oklahoma City television station KOCO reports that electronic billboards in the metro area now display Simon's picture.
Simon's daughter says relatives do not know whether Simon has her daily heart medication with her. Authorities say Simon does not suffer from dementia or any other mental illness.
Authorities say Simon drives a 2004 gray or silver Buick LaSabre with the Oklahoma license plate of 169-EZM. Anyone with information is asked to call police.
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