A 25-year-old woman in Texas, USA, was reported missing while visiting Big Bend National Park on November 9. Fortunately, she was miraculously rescued eight days later. Coincidentally, a 59-year-old man got lost in the same place a few months ago. He finally managed to survive by catching tadpoles from the creek.
According to the New York Post, 25-year-old Christy Perry traveled to Big Bend National Park on the 9th without telling anyone in advance. Her family immediately reported her missing that night. The National Park Service pointed out that Paley did not reserve any camping sites, and the rental vehicle was finally parked on the Lost Mine Trail in the national park. Because the trail was very steep, authorities immediately closed the area and dispatched Helicopter search.
After an eight-day search, the Park Service finally found Perry on the 17th and sent her to the hospital. Fortunately, she was conscious and able to speak normally. In fact, there was also a disappearance case in June this year. 59-year-old Jeff Hahn and his 25-year-old daughter Harper originally planned to go hiking, but accidentally got lost in the 41.6-degree Celsius temperature. .
Because Jeff was unwell, Harper decided to leave first to seek help, but when she returned she could not find her father. Jeff kept walking in the direction where he thought someone would help. Unexpectedly, he fell down and broke his wrist. Later, he found a stream and used his hat to pick up tadpoles and eat them to maintain his strength. Fortunately, search and rescue personnel finally found Jeff just 27 hours after he disappeared, and he was fine after being sent to the hospital.