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Tully Falls National Park, Koombooloomba QLD, Australia

Tully Falls National Park, Koombooloomba QLD, Australia
Lives saved

1

Hiking

Hiking

Jungle

Jungle

Medical emergency

Medical emergency

Hiking

Tully Falls National Park, Koombooloomba QLD, Australia

-17.7249432°S, 145.5194887°E

Posted on May 5, 2020 by Kimberley

What happened?

  

Words of wisdom

1.  You can be at a life threatening level of dehydration even if you have saliva and urinated that morning.

2.  You cannot predict how far you will travel in an hour in extreme terrain.

3.  Bring at least two emergency foil blankets so that you can use one to help yourself be found.  Other large brightly coloured objects also.

Thank you note

Thanks.  Because of your product I am alive today.  The rescue team and hospital staff all wanted to know what device I had used because my rescue was so quick and efficient.

Rescue location

Tully Falls National Park, Koombooloomba QLD, Australia

Rescue team

Local Search and Rescue

ResQLink™

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