Three people ran fast in the river the 19. november. Two people still missing, says the police in Australia.
An australian woman has been found alive after having been missing for almost two weeks along with two others in one of Australia's vast desert located areas.
It informs the local police, who continued looking after the other two missed.
Tamra McBeath-Riley was found to be in good standing at a waterhole east of the Stuart's Well-the area south of Alice Springs.
She was found by an aerial search in an airplane, which searched for her and her two friends still missing.
the Temperatures in the area reaches about 40 degrees.
the Aircraft to continue the search of the other two savende, Claire Hockridge and Phu Tran, said a spokesman for the police.
The three friends went out on an afternoon tour of the region the 19. november.
They were trapped in the inhospitable area, since their car got stuck in the river Finch.
Police discovered the 52-year-old Tamra McBeath-Riley, after a local resident had led them back to the car, making them aware of ruts, which indicated which direction the group was run in.
She was located after police in the stalled car had found a message about the direction of the three trains, when they left their vehicle.
A spokesman for the police said to the tv station, the ABC, to McBeath-Riley had gone to the north, while the other two went west.
"McBeath-Riley was reached 1.5 kilometers away from the vehicle, and she was in an area where there was water, and she had forethought enough to be there."
"It was probably also why we were able to locate her," said police spokesmen, which adds that the woman had cooked much of the water as she drank.
McBeath-Riley is admitted to a hospital and treated, among other things, dehydration.
/ritzau/dpaUpdated Date: 02 December 2019, 16:00