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  • Watch this man's chronicle of two days stranded in the desert

    Mick Ohman was left stranded in the Arizona desert for more than 48 hours after his transmission cracked on a rocky dirt road. While he was fighting to survive in the extreme heat with little water, Ohman recorded himself in the hopes that the footage would be found if he died before he was rescued.

Mick Ohman was left stranded in the Arizona desert for more than 48 hours after his transmission cracked on a rocky dirt road. While he was fighting to survive in the extreme heat with little water, Ohman recorded himself in the hopes that the footage would be found if he died before he was rescued. Video courtesy of Mick Ohman
Mick Ohman was left stranded in the Arizona desert for more than 48 hours after his transmission cracked on a rocky dirt road. While he was fighting to survive in the extreme heat with little water, Ohman recorded himself in the hopes that the footage would be found if he died before he was rescued. Video courtesy of Mick Ohman

‘Tell my sisters how much I love them’: Man stranded in desert leaves tearful video messages

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