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  • Stranded in the desert, young woman survives for five days before rescue

    Amber VanHecke, 24, a student at the University of North Texas, was stranded in a remote area of the Arizona desert for five days after her car ran out of gas. She kept a video journal of her misadventure.

Amber VanHecke, 24, a student at the University of North Texas, was stranded in a remote area of the Arizona desert for five days after her car ran out of gas. She kept a video journal of her misadventure. Media courtesy of Amber VanHecke and Arizona Department of Public Safety (AZPDS) Edit by Cristina Rayas / McClatchy
Amber VanHecke, 24, a student at the University of North Texas, was stranded in a remote area of the Arizona desert for five days after her car ran out of gas. She kept a video journal of her misadventure. Media courtesy of Amber VanHecke and Arizona Department of Public Safety (AZPDS) Edit by Cristina Rayas / McClatchy

Stranded in Arizona desert, UNT student ‘did everything right’ to survive

March 22, 2017 8:20 PM