A young australian couple had to be the source of inspiration in all sorts of stories about nødlidte, which was shipwrecked on a deserted island, when they visited a remote beach in the national park Keep River in the Northern Territory of Australia. The area is among other things known to be habitat for a large number of saltwater crocodiles, which is in all the waterways in the area.
Colen Nulgit, 20 years old, and his girlfriend Shantelle Johnson, 18 years, was on the Sunday run at fishing in the national park in their car, but when it ended up getting stuck in the mud, they had to prepare on a cold night alone in the wilderness.
It writes CNN.
When the pair came home in the evening, beat Shantelle Johnson's mother alarm and called the police.
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The young australian couple had to be rescued from a beach when their car got stuck. Photo: Private
On CNN tells Colen Nulgit, that he and the boyfriend snuggled under a sheet, but have not managed to fall asleep.
on Monday morning clocked 4 they decided to take drastic steps to get help. In the mud they wrote in big letters 'HELP' in the hope that they would be discovered from a passing aircraft.
Colen Nulgit was according to CNN afraid of, that the pair would be stranded for a long time.
- Almost no take out on the way, he says to CNN.
on Monday, the local police in a search of the pair. The police got assistance to the search for a flight from a local company. It informs the Western Australia Police Force in a press release.
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Nulgit tells that he and Johnson lighted a fire, as soon as they heard the aircraft approaching to cause a stir.
- If they had not lit the fire and given to their family members the details of when they took off, and when they expected that would be at home, they would perhaps not have been found, reads it from the police.
the Pair have not been scared off from taking on the kind of adventure again, but stresses that the next time will have better control on their preparations.
- I'm just grateful for anyone who helped, and went out to look for us. We are very lucky that we survived and escaped, says Colen Nulgit to CNN.