auckland - A Czech woman (27) has been more than a month in seclusion in a hut in New Zealand after she lost her while trekking in a canyon fallen man.
Pavlina Pizova and Ondrej Petr began on July 26 at the long-Routeburn walk in the Fiorland National Park. In bad weather hit the couple lost. After an exhausting night outdoor Petr made a mistake and slipped on the icy surface. The man fell into the ravine. Pavlina climbed down and spent a night at the body of her dead partner.
In order to survive the woman was forced to leave the body. They took shelter in a hut, where they waited for help for more than a month. A rescue operation did not begin until after the Czech consul in New Zealand drew the attention of the authorities to a missing message that the family spread through Facebook. In circumstances doing well with her.
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The remote area where the hikers were attacked by bad weather.
'Due to the extremely bad weather we were forced to spend a night in the open. The next day we tried to get to the hut and then it went wrong. I could do nothing for him. I was terrified, 'said the grieving widow. Beside the body of her husband continually rubbed them on her feet that do not freeze. 'In the hut I found food and firewood. Twice I tried to move on, but the high snow and the poor state of my feet kept me in the hut. With ashes I made in the snow the letter 'H'.
The hiker had not reported their planned trip to the authorities, they have been noted as missing. The walk takes a few days. The man's body was recovered.