Lucky Escapade For Woman Found Alive In Zion National Park

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A hiker who has spent 2 weeks in a national park has been found alive and well. As a result, this was a very lucky break as hopes for her survival were starting to get slim. Surviving for very long periods while lost is quite a feat. When one considers that she had supplies for only a limited period she is indeed very lucky indeed. It was all thanks to the national park rangers who made every effort to find her. They pulled out all the stops from making posters to scouring the park daily. Both parents and she could not thank them enough.

Their dedication to their duties was the only difference between life and death here. They are skilled people who use them to the fullest in the exercise of their duties.

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