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Do you mean its detached from the cable? If so, see if you can reach the attachment point for the cable and pull in direction of the cable to release. If this is helpful a thumbs up or clicking helpful would be greatly appreciated. Good LUCK.
Open the hood and look for the cable going to the transmission, this will take two people and BE CAREFUL! If there is a bellcrank on the end of the cable you may be able to move the if you release the mounting bolt that holds the cable. If there is no bellcrank and the cable goes directly into the tranny you may have to cut the cable, Not easy in the parking lot! The shifter will have to be in neutral to start and allow for steering..... Beyond this is a tow