A Detroit woman who was reported missing over the weekend has been found, her family said.
A family member of Angela Caraway told Fox2 that she had checked herself into a hospital.
The hospital notified the family on Tuesday morning.
Caraway had been reported missing on Sunday after she didn’t return home after work on Saturday.
Her husband said he last spoke to her around 9:30 a.m. on Saturday.
She told him she was about to leave her nursing assistant job at Beaumont Hospital in Dearborn and that she would be home soon.
He said he was worried about her disappearance because she has been struggling with postpartum depression.
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“She finally admitted it a week or two ago. We were trying to work my schedule out so she could get more rest,” Kent Caraway II said.
Co-workers also expressed concern because they said she experienced an especially rough night at work, and they saw her crying.
Multiple search teams had been utilized to search for Caraway after she had been reported missing, including teams based out of the family’s church in Detroit.
The Press and Guide reported that David Claeys, president of Beaumont Hospital-Dearborn, issued a statement shortly after her disappearance.
“We have the utmost concern for Angela. Our thoughts are with her family at this difficult time, and we want nothing more than to see her come home safely.”