Body Of Arkansas Woman Missing In Missouri Flood Found

Crews are looking for this woman, Ginger, after she called 911 on Tuesday to say she drove into high water and was in trouble. (Photo courtesy of family)

Crews are looking for this woman, Ginger, after she called 911 on Tuesday to say she drove into high water and was in trouble. (Photo courtesy of family)

BUTLER COUNTY, Mo. (KFVS) – The car and body of a woman missing in the flooding in Butler County, Missouri were found on Friday (August 19).

Ginger Myers, 44, was from Concord, Ark. A search for Myers began Thursday when 911 dispatch received a call from a woman who was trapped in a car that was filling up with water.

Butler County Sheriff Mark Dobbs said the car was found submerged near Highway 53 on County Road 647 in Butler County near the Hargrove Bridge.

The sheriff said the family found the car, with the help of a citizen, around 3 p.m.

Myers’ family said her body was in the car and she was still wearing her seat belt.