Elderly man stuck in snow, survives on sweets and croissants for a week, here's how he did it
A shocking incident has been shared by an elderly man from California who witnessed a near-death experience after his car got stuck in the snow. An 81-year-old man also shared a post on Facebook, where his car was seen fully covered with snow and he survived on extreme climate by eating some sweets and French bread for a week.
Inyo County Sheriff’s Office shared a post on Facebook, revealing that the victim had decided to go on a trip to his family’s house in Gardnerville, Nevada. When a NASA employee was on his way to at his destination, he lost complete control of his car and find himself partially buried in a snowbank on February 24.
Take a look at the post of a man who survived on sweets and croissants after getting stuck in snow
Inyo County Sheriff’s Office also put a long caption and explained the whole incident. It wrote that At around noon on Thursday, CHP forensics reported an identified cellular ping from approximately 4:00pm on Friday that was associated with the missing person. The location of that ping was triangulated to an area along Death Valley Road, a rough road running south of the 168 and leading into Death Valley National Park.
The CHP H80 helicopter crew returned to Bishop Airport for refueling and proceeded to Death Valley Road to conduct an aerial search. Within a short period of time, they identified a vehicle partially buried in snow. When the crew made their way closer for inspection, a window was lowered and a person began waving from inside the vehicle. The CHP H80 crew returned to Bishop Airport to prepare for extraction. Upon their return to the scene, the CHP crew loaded the person onboard and transported him directly to Bishop Airport for transport to medical care. The person was determined to be the subject of the search. The subject was discharged from the hospital later that evening.