"We'd see the glints of the beer cans and occasionally something else," the group recounted.
One rescuer, as he neared the bottom, only saw the glinting light from broken glass bottles. But then he felt certain he saw eyes, the group wrote.
The man searched through the pitch darkness and finally found Sheila on a little outcropping just big enough for her to sit on. "[H]er legs [were] braced in front of her," WASART described. "She had likely had been in that position since around 6 p.m. when she'd fallen and it was now about 2 a.m."