Picture: WA Police
In Australia, rescuers pulled a car from a crocodile-infested swamp. It is reported by news portal ABC News.
The incident occurred on Monday, April 15. Chantelle Johnson and Knees, Norgit (Shantelle Johnson and Colen Nulgit) with a dog named ACE (Ace) went fishing in the national Park Keep River in the Northern territory of Australia. Travelers were transported by car through the swampy terrain and the wheels bogged down in the quagmire. “We’re stuck in the swamp, near which was a river,” he explained, Norgit noting.
The Australians unsuccessfully tried to pull the car on their own. The first night they spent inside the cabin. Before they noticed traces of several estuarine crocodiles and feared that the predators will re-appear in the swamp. The next day the tide began to rise, and Johnson, Norgit had to gather their belongings and exit the vehicle.
The couple decided to attract the attention of a rescue service: they made a fire and drew on the ground huge letters the word “Help” (“Help”). Soon the rescue team arrived on the scene and have had Australians help. Police the nearest town, Kununurra praised young people for their intelligence.
In 2018, it was reported about the inhabitant of Australia, which six days survived in the desert, turning the wrong way. She traveled around the Northern territory in his black SUV with the cat and the dog. At some point, the 40-year-old woman got lost and her car was stuck. The Australian found her 16-year-old daughter, who participated in the rescue operation.
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