A Canadian tourist missing in a remote wooded area of the US state of Nevada for seven weeks has been found alive near her stranded vehicle by hunters.
Rita Chretien, 56, told police her van had got stuck in mud in mid-March, and that her husband Albert, 59, had gone to get help on foot.
Police abandoned the search for the couple in April but have now resumed the hunt for Mr Chretien.
One of their three sons, Raymond Chretien, said the family was “stunned” that their mother had been found alive.
“This is a miracle,” he told the Portland Oregonian.
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