STRANDED After her car collapsed on a remote, dusty bush route 300 km northwest of Alice Springs, two teenagers, her three-year-old son, and a 12-year-old boy, all it took was someone to drive by and hand over.
Tragically, this help never arrived.
Since they did not have a mobile phone, they left their car and started 18km away from where their vehicle was found.
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The trip takes about 114 km or a five-hour ride on the Jarra Jarra Access Rd. [19659003TheAutodesCoupleCoachingAlwaysway
The weather data show that the temperatures in the region on Friday 39.9 ° C, 41
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On Wednesday, a passer-by B came upon the bodies of the 19-year-old couple and their son.
It turns out that they were discovered 4.5 km from their abandoned car, where remains of food and water were found.
The "consternation" "Passerby rushed to the Willowra Health Clinic to trigger the alarm.
On Wednesday night, family members informed the police that a 12-year-old boy had come from the same community and he was also with the young family Tragically, less than 24 hours later, the NT police confirmed that the boy's body had been found only 120 meters from the perished family.
] The police still can not rule out the possibility The car carried the passengers even more unconsidered.
"Although the police have no information to show that other passengers were in the car, we will conduct a preventive land and air search, until we are convinced that all areas of interest are adequately filled, Jass Nobs said, the superintendent nt of the Southern Desert Division, Jody Nobbs.
Supt Nobbs said that the man who initially raised the alarm at the Willowra Health Clinic would be a critical part of the police investigation.
He said the tragic incident was a sad reminder
"Unfortunately, this serves as a timely reminder to anyone traveling on NT roads to ensure that your vehicle is in a fit state while driving that you have enough supplies, including water and first aid equipment, and that someone knows about your itinerary – if you plan to leave, arrive, and view your expected routes, "he said.