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A man was stranded in the dry Arizona mountains with only beer and crackers to keep him going.
Mick Ohman found himself stranded in the desert mountains in Arizona with only some crackers and beer to survive on. His SUV had broken down on his way home from lunch in the nearby town of Crown King, no one knew where he was, and Google Maps sent him down a primitive road. So he was stuck in the middle of nowhere with no cell signal.
During his 48 hours in the wilderness, Ohman says he survived on half a bottle of water and a couple of beers, and admits he had never been that thirsty before. Thankfully, he found a tiny stream the second day and drank until he was nauseous. And he was fortunate to get some rain as well.
The third day, he was hiking to find help but in the midday heat, he was exhausted. That’s when his guardian angel appeared in the form of a dirt biker named Troy. Ohman hitched an hour-long ride with him to Lake Pleasant and his ordeal was over. He told Troy, “You know, today you can say you saved a life!”
Source: ABC 2 News
Wisconsin Mom Creates Car Seat To Save Kids From Hot Car Deaths
The ‘Child Save Carseat’ monitors the temperature in the car and the rider’s heart rate to help save lives.
After hearing stories about kids and pets trapped inside hot cars during the summer, Wisconsin mom Amber Jowett was inspired to do something about it. She created a car seat to save them, called the “Child Save Carseat.”
“It displays pulse as well as temperature variables on it, so the pulse is through a sensor on the back of the clip placed right over the child’s heart,” Jowett explains. “So if the heart rate exceeds a certain amount along with the temperature going above 80 degrees inside the vehicle, an alarm is activated.”
Jowett used to work for the Jackson County Sheriff’s Department, so she heard a lot of calls about kids being left in hot cars. The mother of two says if her idea catches on, she wants to sell them for $60 so everyone can afford one.
Source: CBS 58
The Cinncinati Zoo & Botancial Garden got footage of Kendi the baby black rhino exploring its outdoor rhino habitat for the first time.