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A Pennsylvania family received what they are calling a “Christmas miracle and Hanukkah gift” all in one after they were rescued following two frigid nights near the Grand Canyon’s North Rim when they took a wrong road and their vacation rental car became stuck.
Recovering from exhaustion and frostbite after hiking 30 miles in the snow over Christmas weekend in search of help for her husband and son, Karen Klein, 46, a community college professor who is a runner and triathlete, tells People exclusively that “my mama bear instincts kicked in and I just told myself I had to keep going to save my family. »
- Nicole Weisensee Egan
A Pennsylvania mother survived more than a day out West in snow and freezing temperatures by eating pine tree twigs and drinking her urine.
Karen Klein, who will turn 47-years-old on Saturday, was driving with her husband Eric, 47, and their son Issac, 10, on Friday from Bryce Canyon National Park in southern Utah to the Grand Canyon Nation when their car got stuck in a ditch, according to The Morning Call.
Karen, a college professor from Easton, Pennsylvania, decided to walk to the main road, about 10 miles away, and flag someone down for help or to get a cellphone signal, her »
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