SALISBURY, N.C. — Carrie Bradshaw-Crowther, the missing pregnant woman from Salisbury who was located in Boone on Monday, is no longer expected to give birth, her family said.
“Unfortunately, we no longer expect a new addition to the family,” Bradshaw-Crowther’s brother told WSOC on Tuesday.
Bradshaw-Crowther, 49, was scheduled to have a C-section last Tuesday, June 2, but mysteriously disappeared. On June 3, she was spotted at a gas station in Statesville.
A search was launched to locate the missing woman that spanned multiple states, according to WSOC.
The Watauga County hospital she was taken to Monday said she was discharged Tuesday. Her brother told WSOC his sister was admitted to a second hospital but he did not say which one.
Her brother did not comment further on why Bradshaw-Crowther is no longer expected to give birth.