"”HELP” they wrote in large letters in the mud."
"The young couple were stuck out in the wilderness in the national park."
"After over a day among the crocodiles was discovered in their distress from the air."
"The young couple, Colen Nulgit, 20, and his girlfriend Shantelle Johnson, 18, packed their things and went fishing on Sunday, in the national park Keep River in the state of Northern Territory in Australia."
"At the delta, which is desolate and relatively difficult access, there are plenty of saltvattenkrokodiler."
"the Pair also saw the tracks of the crocodiles before that did not happen happened:"
"They got stuck in the mud with his little truck."
"– Just the feeling of being stuck. It is quite scary, " says Colen Nulgit to CNN."
"– the Crocodiles we have here are not afraid of people. They are not scared of anything. Food is food for them. Everything is food."
"After several attempts to build up a firmer basis in the car they gave up and took shelter in the car."
"When the sun went down and the tide rose they became afraid that the crocodiles would come even closer."
"At four o'clock in the morning, they wrote, in capital letters, in the mud: ”HELP” and then drew an arrow that pointed towards the place where they were sitting."
"They huddled under a sheet, away from the river, but could not fall asleep of fear of fear of the crocodiles."
"And they were afraid to be stranded for a long time."
"They had not much food, but that tour was a whole box of water."
"When the couple was not at home on Monday, beating their families alarm."
"the Police started to sökinsats with flights over the national park."
"When the stranded pair – after 26 hours in the desert – finally heard the sound of the airplane engines burned a bonfire to attract attention."
"– When the aircraft was about to land, we jumped out of the car and motioned to them, " says Colen Nugit to CNN."
"Now they are home again, relieved to have survived unscathed from the adventure."
"But it'll be more trips in the future – but with a little better equipment, for their own protection."