Australian police looking for the last individual from a gathering who got stranded in the outback over about fourteen days back have discovered a body.
The body has not been recognized however it is accepted to be Claire Hockridge, Northern Territory Police said.
Ms Hockridge, 46, had been going with two others when their vehicle stalled out in a riverbed on 19 November.
Her accomplice Tamra McBeath-Riley, 52, and companion Phu Tran, 40, were discovered alive recently.
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Claire Hockridge (right) and Tamra McBeath-Riley got stranded on 19 November
The gathering – all Australians – and Ms McBeath-Riley’s pooch, Raya, had been going from Alice Springs to go on a climb when they became impeded in the Hugh River.
They had remained by the vehicle for around three days in an ineffective endeavor to free it, before separating to discover help.
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They had spent every one of their provisions of water, just as some vodka beverages, bread rolls and hamburger noodles they had in the vehicle.
Mr Tran and Ms Hockridge wanted to head towards a parkway, while Ms McBeath-Riley remained in the zone, figuring her pooch would not endure a long walk.