A Southern California homeless woman has been rescued after being locked inside a rail car for several days.
Pomona police say officers responding to a 911 call on Sunday began a search and found the woman in about 30 minutes.
A police statement says the woman and a man had been living in the rail car for a week.
On Wednesday, she gave the man money to buy food and drugs, and he intentionally locked the door as he left.
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Police say the woman's cell phone didn't function properly until she was able to call 911 around 1:30 p.m. Sunday.
The woman was taken to a hospital for examination, and detectives opened a false imprisonment investigation.
Police also removed another person from a rail car was set up for living.