Bushwalker Survived Days in Remote Bush after Accident
An Aussie hiker’s leg ‘clean snapped in half.’
After falling down a waterfall, breaking his left leg and fracturing his wrist this Aussie hiker crawled for two days in thick Queensland bush. It was three days before help arrived, he was alone and had not told anyone of his short bushwalk. Luckily he survives to tell the story which should be a lesson for all of us on the importance of letting someone know when and where you are hiking.
#7NEWS pic.twitter.com/10Gbly5vpHA bushwalker who survived days trapped in remote bushland says he considered cutting off his injured foot to try to climb to higher ground after falling 6m down a waterfall. For three days, Neil Parker was trapped in thick Queensland scrub until help finally arrived.
— 7NEWS Sydney (@7NewsSydney) Sept 18th 2019 Read More