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Czech hiker who got lost in New Zealand wilderness for a month after her boyfriend died on cliff tells how she survived terrifying ordeal-media-4

This undated hand out photo released by New Zealand Police on August 26, 2016 shows the exterior view of the warden’s hut where Czech hiker Pavlina Pizova stayed before being rescued by Police and Search and Rescue in Routeburn track, which traverses the Southern Alps in the southwest of New Zealand. A Czech hiker who survived a month trapped in a remote snow-bound hut in New Zealand after her partner died in a fall said on August 26, 2016 she knew it would be perilous to try to reach civilisation. A search party found Pizova on August 24 more than a month after she and her partner, Ondrej Petr, set out to walk the 32-kilometre (20-mile) Routeburn track, which traverses the Southern Alps in the southwest of New Zealand. / AFP PHOTO / new zealand police / STR / —-EDITORS NOTE —-RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE MANDATORY CREDIT ” AFP PHOTO / NEW ZEALAND POLICE” NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS – DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS, NO ARCHIVESSTR/AFP/Getty Images

Czech hiker who got lost in New Zealand wilderness for a month after her boyfriend died on cliff tells how she survived terrifying ordeal-media-3
Czech hiker who got lost in New Zealand wilderness for a month after her boyfriend died on cliff tells how she survived terrifying ordeal-media-5
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