Crews have ended the search for the night and will resume Wednesday morning.
>> PHOTOS: Teen Autumn Veatch survives Washington airplane crash
Plane crash survivor Autumn Veatch walked out of the woods Monday afternoon after spending days walking in a mountainous area. She was picked up by a motorist who brought her to a general store in Mazama.
She was then taken to a local hospital.
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In a 911 call, Autumn told the dispatcher she was "the only one that made it out."
On Tuesday night, Autumn left the hospital.
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David Veatch, Autumn's father, told KIRO-TV she was in "amazing physical shape," considering the physical and emotional trauma she endured.
“She’s a teenager, she’s young, she’s strong,” Veatch said. “She has some amazing gifts.”
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Autumn had been flying from Kalispell, Montana, to Lynden with her step-grandparents, Leland and Sharon Bowman.