A pregnant woman and her partner were stranded in the Australian Outback for 24 hours after their car became heavily bogged in sand on Friday.
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The 27-year-old woman and the man, 32, were driving on a dirt road when their four-by-four got stuck.
According to News.com.au, they were around 300km northwest of Warburton, Western Australia, where temperatures were around 32C.
After activating a Personal Locator Beacon (PLB) from their Toyota Landcruiser a massive search operation was launched.
A Goldfield Air Services plane, AMSA Challenger aircraft and a search and rescue helicopter were involved in the search.
They were found on Saturday in good health after being admitted to hospital.
Writing on Facebook, Western Australian Police said: "The rapid response was possible due to the fact the people were carrying a GPS based PLB, which not only alerted us to their situation, but also told us where they were.
"Their PLB was registered, which meant we were able to contact a family member and establish how many people were on the trip, which is extremely important in assessing the urgency of the situation.