Missing California Couple Survived on Rainwater, Oranges and Pie

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Cecil Knutson and Dianna Bedwell, who went blank on May 10 survived on rainwater, oranges and cake while they were stranded in a dried in California. The blank integrate was found on May 24 in a remote area of a Los Coyotes Indian Reservation nearby Warner Springs, California. Knutson, 79 and his mother Bedwell, 68 were found by off-roaders who reported them to a police.

On arriving, law coercion found Knutson passed and Bedwell exceedingly dehydrated. She was airlifted to a Palomar Hospital in Escondido and stays in a critical condition.

The couple, who had been married for some-more than 25 years, had attempted to collect rainwater by fixation cups around a car. They usually had a few oranges and cake to eat and that shortly got over. Knutson’s means of genocide is nonetheless to be dynamic but, their son told a military that both of them were diabetic and indispensable insulin.

The couple, who were from Fullerton, had final been seen on a notice video withdrawal a Valley View Casino in San Diego County around 2 p.m. On May 10. They were pushing to their son’s residence in La Quinta, Riverside County in a white 2014 Hyundai Sonata. They attempted holding a by-pass and were stranded after a automobile got stranded on a boulder. The automobile was on an slip and had left off a road. It was surrounded by mud. No tainted play is suspected and a automobile is being examined.

After a blank integrate did not arrive during their son’s home, family members and search-and-rescue teams went out to demeanour for them. In a past dual weeks, volunteers had also assimilated in to hunt a area between a casino and Riverside County. The integrate had substantially attempted to travel to a highway to find assistance though could not make it.

By Anugya Chitransh


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