An Arizona State University student was rescued Wednesday after her car was stuck in the snow for nine days in a remote part of Arizona. Lauren Weinberg, 23, was seen leaving her mother’s house on Dec. 11, and she said her car then became stuck in the snow. Weinberg, who did not have a heavy coat or blankets, had two candy bars with her, and she told a sheriff’s deputy that she put snow in a water bottle atop her car so it would melt and she would have water to drink. Other than being cold, hungry, and thirsty, Weinberg reportedly was in good condition, lucid and speaking coherently. In a separate incident, a Texas family was rescued in New Mexico after responders dug through four feet of snow and ice that had buried the Higgins’s family car since Monday.