(Scroll down for video) A mother of 11-year-old twins left a tearful message to her kids after she was trapped in the snow for six days.
During day number four of her terrifying ordeal the mother decided to record a message to her young kids.
46-year-old Paula Lane, recorded the farewell video to her twins.
"I'm so sorry what happened. I just want to come home," Lane cried. "When the sun comes out, I'm going to have to make it seven miles in six feet of snow. I don't know if it's going to work out so well, but nobody is ever going to find me here," she told her kids in the video message.
Lane and her boyfriend Roderick Clifton, became stuck in the snow after wheeling in their jeep on a snowy mountain near Pickett's Junction in California's Sierra Nevada Mountains.
Shortly after getting stuck, Clifton went to call for help. According to Lane, she asked him to wait until the snow storm stops, but he felt he had to go get help since nobody would find them in that remote area.
Sadly, Clifton never returned. Lane ate tomatoes and snow to survive the ordeal, which lasted six-days. After Clifton did not return for four days, Lane decided to go out and get help. On the way, she found Clifton’s body laying in the snow.
Lane walked by herself for two days. When she had no more energy left to walk she started crawling. Her brother, who had been actively searching for her in a rented tractor, discovered her crawling along the dirt road.
Lane was rushed to the hospital with first degree frostbite. Most of all, she is happy to be alive for her kids. "I make progress every day;. I'm doing well,” Lane said.