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Injured hiker uses GPS to alert partner in Queensland, via text message

 

Mother-of-three Nivia Pryor, 44, from Brisbane, was hiking alone on the Bibbulmun Track in the Perth Hills to raise money for an autism charity when she suffered several injuries. Pryor says she slipped and fell in wet, treacherous conditions, smashed her head on a rock and damaged her knee. She believes she was unconscious for about four hours, before she regained her senses and activated her SPOT Satellite GPS Messenger. She pressed the "Help Me" button to send her coordinates to her partner's phone and email, who in turn sent police to her location.


Read more at http://www.news.com.au/national/injured-bibbulman-hiker-uses-gps-to-alert-husband-in-queensland-via-text-message/story-fndo4e3y-1226466242516

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