On 5/17/2022 officers responded to a welfare check located in a remote part of south Kennewick. The location was determined to be in the area of Ridgeline Drive and SR395, which is under construction. The reporting party, was riding his mountain bike in the area when hecame across a vehicle occupied by a female and two dogs. The vehicle appeared to be stranded and the woman was yelling for help. OfficerCastilleja arrived and determined the female had been stuck there since Saturday night. She became stranded after taking the exit for the construction entrance to the new Ridgeline extension; She is unfamiliar with the area. She had run out of gas and coasted down the dirt road tothe remote area east of the construction site. Her vehicle was now out of fuel, had a dead battery, and only had a few crackers to eat over the past couple nights. Holly stated she had not eaten anything except for a couple crackers, which she shared with her dogs, Pepper and Nova Lee. All of them were becoming dehydrated. Female was unable to walk to ask for help due to a disability, and her cell phone was dead.Officer Castilleja notified his zone partner, Officer Duty, of the situation. Officer Duty quickly stepped into action by purchasing dog food,water, and a meal for her. In the meantime, Officer Castilleja made contact with the construction company for assistance with her vehicle. Her car was started, fueled and everyone was feed.