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Old 08-08-2009, 12:23 PM   #1
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Sad story, but a reminder...

11-Year-Old Boy Dies After Mom Says GPS Left Them Stranded in Death Valley - Science News | Science & Technology | Technology News - FOXNews.com

I am positive when ya'll go out on the trails you dont rely 100% on the GPS and your cell phone AND DONT go alone....

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Don't go alone and carry an emergency kit suitable for the area you will be traveling.

And I have to ask why the dog is still alive but the son isn't...

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"It's in about as remote and isolated an area as you can find," Death Valley National Park Chief Ranger Brent Pennington told The Associated Press. "How she got to that point, I don't know."
Duh she was driving a JEEP.
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