REMSEN, Iowa -- A Remsen woman who had been reported as missing has notified authorities that she is safe in Vermont.
Nicole Ann Trometer, 27, contacted Iowa law enforcement agencies at 12:30 p.m. Tuesday to tell them she was in Vermont. She later confirmed her identity at the Franklin County Sheriff's Office in Vermont, and the missing person investigation in Iowa was closed.
Trometer told authorities that she had willingly traveled to Vermont with Daniel Kittredge, 34.
Trometer was reported missing to the Remsen Police Department on Monday. She had last been seen Sunday morning in Le Mars, Iowa, with Kittredge.
Police departments in Remsen and Le Mars and the Plymouth County Sheriff's Office searched the area and could not locate Trometer or her two vehicles.
Sioux City's first hospital, Samaritan Hospital, opened in 1884.
Hospital at 28th and Jennings streets
The hospital at 28th and Jennings streets was opened by the Sisters of Mercy in 1890.
St. Joseph Hospital
The first section of St. Joseph Mercy hospital at 21st and Court streets, erected in the fall of 1890 and purchased by the hospital after previous quarters at 28th and Jennings streets proved to be inadequate.
St. Joseph's Mercy Hospital was founded by the Sisters of Mercy in 1890. The "Mercy" name would later be conferred to one of Sioux City's present-day hospitals, Mercy Medical Center.
St. John's Hospital
St. John's Hospital was founded in 1908 by Dr. William Jepson, who founded Sioux City's Samaritan Hospital more than 20 years earlier.
St. Vincent Hospital
In the early 1970s, St. Joseph and St. Vincent, a hospital operated by the Benedictine Sisters at 6th and Jennings streets in Sioux City, joined forces to begin the city's first hospital-based ambulance service. Groundbreaking ceremonies were held in 1979 for a new $28 million hospital adjacent to St. Vincent's, the present site of Mercy Medical Center.
Methodist and Lutheran hospitals consolidated and formed St. Luke's Hospital in 1966.
Lutheran hospital in Sioux City merged with St. Luke's.
St. Joseph demolition, 1968
Crews from J. Myron Olson begin razing the south portion of the original St. Joseph Mercy Hospital building at 21st Street and Ingleside Avenue.
Health Mercy Air Care
Mercy Air Care is shown in 2010 at its Sioux City helipad. The medical helicopter is based at what was then Mercy Medical Center-Sioux City, now MercyOne Siouxland Medical Center.
Crane moves MRI
Crews position a new MRI machine in the 2800 block of Pierce Street outside St. Luke's Regional Medical Center in 2012.
UnityPoint Health-St. Luke's
UnityPoint Health-St. Luke's hospital came into existence in 1966, with the merger of Sioux City's Lutheran and Methodist hospitals.
Mercy Medical Center - Sioux City
The exterior of Mercy Medical Center--Sioux City is shown.