Friday, March 30, 2012

Stranded 76-year-old Colo. man survives 10 days in Nev. desert on melted snow; companion dies

A 76-year-old diabetic Colorado man survived 10 days in the remote Nevada desert by melting snow and using skills he learned as a Boy Scout, but a friend who was with him and ventured away to get help died.

James Klemovich and Laszlo Szabo, 75, went to scope out some mines in the state when their car became stuck on a lonely road with no cell phone service, Klemovich’s wife, Joanne, said Thursday.

More @ The Washington Post

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