American student five days were wandering in the desert because of an error in the maps Gооgle
A student from Texas, amber Katana Wanjek because of an error in Google maps a few days could not find a way out of the wilderness of the Grand Canyon. The service advised her to take roads that were not seen in the area. In the result van heck got lost, was only saved after nearly 120 hours.
Amber Katana Wanchek (Amber VanHecke Katanna) told how because of a bug in Google maps 119 hours could not find a way out of the desert. The incident, the girl is in details described in Facebook.
American by car and followed Google maps from the South rim of the Grand Canyon in the side of the waterfalls Havasu. The service advised her to turn off the highway onto a dirt road and drive about 64 km to the next highway. Before reaching the goal, the application recommended to take roads that were not seen. However, she continued to follow the route indicated by Google Maps.
The girl ran to the fence and found the road to which it led the service. Meanwhile, on the streets beginning to darken, and the GPS signal is lost. Wanjek panic beginning to catch the signal, went on the road, but found that the tank of her car runs out of gas. Additional fuel supplies eventually dried up, too.
Left in the desert, she laid out the stones the words SOS and HELP. The height of each letter has reached nine meters. Also, she tried to attract attention with a fire, but it burned too quickly. When the plan didn’t work, amber went to find a place where catching cellular. She walked over 17 miles and got through to emergency services. In the end she was found by rescuers in a helicopter. In the hospital at WinHEC was diagnosed with severe dehydration and sunburn. After the rescue she couldn’t sleep from panic attacks. In addition, she’s afraid to be alone and can’t sleep after dawn.
“Try to sleep struggle with his panic attack”