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Western Australian family discovered alive in flooded outback after going missing for three days

After a three-day search, a family that vanished in an isolated, flooded area of Australia’s outback was discovered alive.

Western Australian family discovered alive in flooded outback after going missing for three days
Western Australian family discovered alive in flooded outback after going missing for three days
The seven-member family had left on Sunday with the intention of traveling 400 miles (650 km) to Tjuntjuntjara, Western Australia, from Kalgoorlie Boulder.

When they did not show up in the Aboriginal community, a warning was issued.

After the region received more rain in a single day than it would have in over six months, concerns for their safety grew.

According to the Guardian, it was believed that their two automobiles, which were transporting four children ages seven to seventeen and three older adults, might have become stuck in the muck. It was unknown what supplies the group had with them, and family and friends reported that they were unable to get in touch with them.

John Lark, the chief executive of the Paupiyala Tjarutja Aboriginal Corporation, told the Guardian prior to their discovery that “they are significant members of the community; they are elders and artists, and their family is very anxious to hear from them.”

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