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World Security camera spots SOS from woman lost for three days in Australia

01:05  17 october  2019
01:05  17 october  2019 Source:   nbcnews.com

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A woman who went missing for three days in the Australian bush was found Tuesday after her SOS message was spotted by someone watching the feed from a remote security camera . Deborah Pilgrim, 55, from Adelaide, was last seen Sunday in the mountains 50 miles outside Adelaide

An Australian woman lost for three days after going for a walk was found safe on Wednesday after an ' SOS ' sign was spotted in a surveillance photo. South Australian police had launched a full three - day investigation to find Deborah Pilgrim when she went missing on October 13, deploying

A woman who went missing for three days in the Australian bush was found Tuesday after her SOS message was spotted by someone watching the feed from a remote security camera.

a tree next to a river: Image: An SOS sign written in the dirt by Australian woman Deborah Pilgrim after going missing on Oct. 13 while camping with friends about 100 kilometres from Adelaide, Australia.© AFP - Getty Images Image: An SOS sign written in the dirt by Australian woman Deborah Pilgrim after going missing on Oct. 13 while camping with friends about 100 kilometres from Adelaide, Australia.

Deborah Pilgrim, 55, from Adelaide, was last seen Sunday in the mountains 50 miles outside Adelaide, where she had been at a camping party with friends, police said.

She told Australian media she went for an early morning walk and got lost.

Despite a helicopter, drones, specialist tactical teams and volunteers joining the search, officials worried they would not find Pilgrim in the heavy scrubland populated by venomous snakes.

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A woman who spent three days lost in the Australian outback has been rescued after scrawling a giant SOS message that was spotted on a security camera being monitored 80km away. Deborah Pilgrim went missing on Sunday morning after going for a walk while staying at a remote campsite

A woman who spent three days missing in the Australian bush has been rescued after she scrawled an SOS message that was spotted on a security camera . Deborah Pilgrim, 55, became lost on Sunday after separating from her camping group in South Australia . At some point later she found

a person in a blue shirt: Image: Missing Surrey Downs woman, Deborah Pilgrim, was found safe and well last night after becoming lost in the Sedan area.© Peter Williams Image: Missing Surrey Downs woman, Deborah Pilgrim, was found safe and well last night after becoming lost in the Sedan area.

She was only saved after she came across an empty rural vacation home and wrote SOS in the driveway, according to South Australia Police. That message was spotted by the property's owner 45 miles away, who had been intermittently checking the feed from the home's private digital security camera and then contacted police.

"There was a bit of euphoria that, 'wow there's our break,'" Superintendent James Blandford told a news conference Wednesday, describing the moment they saw the SOS message. He said rescuers rushed to the home and nearby "they found Deborah hollering and yelling and being very happy the police had actually arrived."

He said that Pilgrim was slightly dehydrated but otherwise in good health.

"We held great fears for her safety. That area is quite harsh, there's some heavy scrub and it's very easy to lose your footing," Blandford said. "With venomous reptiles around the area, if she had been snake-struck she would have been in all sorts of grief."

He added, "She's home safe and sound and has an adventure to talk about."

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