Authorities state a female stranded for 6 days in a remote Northern California forest made it through by rationing yogurt and eating snowByThe Associated PressApril 25, 2022, 9:08 PM – 2 minutes readShare to FacebookShare to TwitterEmail this articleSUSANVILLE, Calif.– A female stranded for six days in a broken-down vehicle in a remote Northern California forest endured by allocating yogurt and consuming snow, authorities said.The Lassen County Sheriffs Office Facebook page detailed the experience of 52-year-old Sheena Gullett, a resident of Little Valley.Gullett and friend Justin Lonich, 48, were driving to Little Valley on dirt roads off Highway 44 on April 14 when their lorry ended up being stuck in snow. They invested the night in the car and in the morning its battery was dead.The sheriffs office said the 2 attempted to walk to the highway but Gullett fell behind since the soles of her boots came off. Lonich couldnt discover her in heavy snowfall, so he sought shelter and built a campfire.The next day he found a gravel roadway however again had to shelter over night. On April 17, Lonich reached the highway and hitched a ride to Susanville where he reported that Gullett was stranded.A search was performed by ground, and likewise by air when the weather was clear.A constables sergeant found the lorry on April 20 and Gullett emerged. The constables office stated she was really emotional however physically OK after allocating a six-pack of yogurt over 6 days and consuming snow.
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