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Tourist survives for month in frozen New Zealand wilderness after partner dies

Tourist survives for month in frozen New Zealand wilderness after partner dies
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A tourist from the Czech Republic, whose partner fell to his death, survived a harrowing month in the frozen New Zealand wilderness before being rescued, police said Thursday.

The woman was found Wednesday living in a park warden’s hut on the snowed-in Routeburn Track, Inspector Olaf Jensen told reporters. She was admitted to a local hospital and found to be in reasonable health, Jensen said, although she remained upset from her ordeal.

He said the young couple left July 26 to hike the 32-kilometer (20 mile) track, a route which typically takes three days. But Jensen said the couple became lost because the track markers were buried in deep snow. Read more…

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