Officials found and saved a 25-year-old missing man in an Arizona park 48 hours after his 28-year-old life partner deserted him to get assistance. The couple had lost all sense of direction in Tucson Mountain Park on Saturday, and after the man, who was shoe-less, quit strolling, the life partner continued without him in order to get help.
The lady located a home on the 9700 block of West Calle Anaszi and request help. Authorities were called to the home on Sunday night. A quest for the missing man followed, with specialists from numerous rescue teams participating. He was eventually found at about 11:30 a.m. on Monday by the sheriff’s department chopper.
He was moved off the path and taken to a nearby hospital for treatment. Officials have not given a report on the man or lady’s present conditions. The lady told authorities they had gotten lost subsequent to leaving the Gates Pass zone of the Tucson Mountains, which are found west of the city of Tucson.