the Body is believed to be Claire Hockridge, who has been missing for two weeks. Her two friends are found in life.
A corpse has been found in Australia's outback during the search for a missing woman.
the Body is not identified, but it is thought to be the 46-year-old Claire Hockridge, police in the state of Northern Territory.
reports the BBC.
Claire Hockridge stranded in the wilderness for two weeks ago along with his two friends of the 52-year-old Tamra McBeath-Riley and 40-year-old Phu Tran.
The other two have been found alive.
After having been missing since 19. november was Phu Tran Tuesday and was found by a local farmer in the Australia's big desolate northern area.
Phu Tran has according to the news agency Reuters, told that he survived the high temperatures of over 40 degrees and the lack of water in the area of drinking water, which was meant for cattle.
Tran was found three days after She McBeath-Riley, which was found about 1.5 kilometers from the car, as the three people had run in.
McBeath-Riley explained that their car got stuck in a riverbed. In several days, they were all three near the car, but they had only a small supply of food and water.
As the water ran out, took Tran and Hockridge out to look for help.
Police discovered the 52-year-old Tamra McBeath-Riley at the weekend, 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.
- McBeath-Riley was reached 1.5 kilometers away from the vehicle. She was in an area where there was water, and she had forethought enough to be there. It was probably why we were able to locate her, told a polititalsmand at the weekend, according to Reuters.
McBeath-Riley is admitted to a hospital and treated, among other things, dehydration.
Phu Tran is in good standing. He was lightly disoriented when he was found, but otherwise in good condition.
/ritzau/Updated Date: 04 December 2019, 17:00