Mother and son hikers dramatically rescued after becoming stranded on a three-day hike when freak weather froze the river they were hiking across

A mother and son had to be rescued in South Australia on Sunday night after a rapid change in weather conditions left them stranded and unable to make it back to their car.
Sonia and Daniel were in the midst of a three-day walk near Lake MacKenzie in Tasmania's Central Highlands when they attempted to return to their vehicle, but were unable to cross the Fisher River to where it was parked.
Tasmania Police reports the pair made an SOS call from a satellite messenger device they were carrying with them. 
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Police traveled to the area with an inflatable dinghy, which they... read more

4 September 2017 in Travel, Views: 42
Source: Daily Mail

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