Australian man 'walks 100km' through outback after crash

Australian man 'walks 100km' through outback after crash

A tradesman who crashed his car in the Australian outback has survived after walking more than 100km (62 miles) in search of help, authorities say.
Thomas Mason, 21, had been driving on a remote track on Wednesday when his car hit a camel and rolled, police said.
Although not hurt, he was stranded about 150km from the nearest town in the Northern Territory.
He trekked for more than two days and resorted to drinking his own urine before being rescued, police said.
Authorities said he had walked between 100km and 120km when he was found by a search party late on Friday.
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4 September 2017 in World News, Views: 45
Source: BBC

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