A missing woman in Australia has survived for almost two weeks in a remote Bush region. Tamra McBeath-Riley've had in the time of boiled water from a water hole, reported to the police in the Region of Central Australia on Monday.
The 52-Year-old was discovered, according to the on Sunday night in a search with helicopters in the area, Stuart's Well, South of the town of Alice Springs. Two other persons were, therefore, still missing. The search is still ongoing.
McBeath-Riley reports according to police and according to media the 19. November set off with two friends and a dog for a spin with the car. On the way the terrain was the car remained in the river bed of the Finke River stuck. The group have tried for three days to save her vehicle, said the Australian local media, according to on Monday.
Six liters of water and ten vodka cans
"During the day we have dug ourselves under the car in the Sand. At night we could sleep in the car," says McBeath Riley, to ABC News. In the area it can be this time of year up to 40 degrees hot. They had about six liters of water and ten of vodka, cans of drink they had in the car. Finally, you would have realized that they had to look elsewhere for protection.
note led police on her trail
The other two had set out finally in the direction of the highway is Stuart Highway, said McBeath-Riley. She had stayed back with the dog, who would not have survived the long way probably. Because of her friends she was "troubled to death".
The police had been able to find McBeath Riley, the information suggests that, because she had left a note in the got stuck car. A local resident had made the officials before tire tracks carefully, which led to the car. (sho/sda)
Created: 02.12.2019, 15:51 PM