Hiker rescued from snowed-in hut in NZ, weeks after losing her way

A woman from the Czech Republic has been rescued from the frozen New Zealand wilderness, where she survived an entire month after her partner fell to his death and she became lost in the snow.

Police inspector Olaf Jensen told the Associated Press that the woman was admitted to a local hospital and found to be in reasonable health, despite experiencing frost bite, hypothermia, and other minor injuries.

“It’s very unusual for someone to be missing in the New Zealand bush for such a long period without it being reported,” Mr. Jensen said. READ MORE.

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