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California rv were saved after the sending of the EMERGENCY bottle of water in the bottom of the 40 meter-tall waterfall

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Three college students from California have to feel grateful after being rescued from an isolated tributary of the sending of the SOS message, place it in a plastic Nalgene bottle of water on the ground floor of the 40-foot-high waterfall, which caught them from a safe escape.

It all went swimmingly for the Curtis Whitson, and his girlfriend, Krystal, Ramirez, and a son, Hunter, in the compensation and appointments during a four-day camp on the Salinas River, in the heart of the state of California in June, the Washington Post reports.

On the 15th of June, on the third day of their adventure in the great outdoors, and the trio went on a walk down to the Arroyo Seco river, and found themselves stranded on the top of a “crazy” 40-meter-high waterfall, and, according to The Independent.

Krystal, Ramirez, Hunter, Whitson and Curtis Whitson, illustrated by the California Highway Patrol officers were grateful to be rescued from an isolated tributary of the sending of the SOS message, place it in a plastic Nalgene bottle of water in the month of June.
(Photo courtesy of Curtis Whitson/Joe Kingman)

Seven years earlier, Curtis, 44, was safely shut down the same treacherous section in the Arroyo Seco, by abseiling down the side of the waterfall with a rope attached to the top surface of the tray, said to the Post. At this time, however, the rope had disappeared, probably having been swept away by the mighty waters; – to the left of the Whitsons, and Ramirez, 34, marooned without a soul in sight, the Hunter, said in a recent interview with the Post.

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A picture of a “crazy” 40-foot-high waterfall on the Arroyo Seco river that the campers stranded until help arrived.
(Photo courtesy of Curtis Whitson)

Curtis took up a rope to the trip, but he also believed that the water was “fast and high” in order to try to get it to attach to, and descent.

All of his friends knew about the Morro Bay family adventure on the Arroyo Seco, and the campers had no cell service and no easy way out.

In a fit of inspiration, working with what he had, his father cut in, “HELP!” twice in his lime green Nalgene bottle, which is hidden in a dated, SOS note and threw it out of the ship, down to the powerful waterfall, with the hope that it would have to be found.

To work with what he had, his father cut in, “HELP!” twice in his lime green Nalgene bottle, and put a date to SOS comment.
(Photo courtesy of Curtis Whitson/Cindi Barbour)

“It was a little scary,” said Hunter, a high school freshman. “We haven’t seen a single soul the entire trip.”

Walking upstream, and the creation of an SOS sign with rocks, and the campers get to bed down in their sleeping bags, knowing full well that they couldn’t do anything but wait, ” said the Post.

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“It was a little scary,” Hunter”, a high school freshman, said of the experience. “We haven’t seen a single soul the entire trip.”
(Photo courtesy of Curtis Whitson/Cindi Barbour)

To their surprise, around midnight, she was awakened by a loud message from a speaker overhead:

“This is a search-and-rescue, you’ve found it! And we will get back to you tomorrow,” a message from the California Highway Patrol (CHP) helicopter, operated by Todd and Brethour en.

Prior to the end of their shift, or Brethour and his crew did a flyover of the area and, with the aid of their night-vision goggles and infra-red technology to be able to spot their camp fire, and found the stranded campers.

But it was too dark to get a second CHP helicopter and arrived back at 10 o’clock the next morning, the lifting of the Whitsons, and Ramirez, for security reasons.

But it was pitch-dark in the night of the 15th of June to the rescue, CHP officers came back at 10 o’clock the next day, skip the Whitsons, and Ramirez.
(Photo courtesy of Curtis Whitson)

“As you can imagine, they were very happy to see us,” the pilot, Joe Kingman is remembered. “A lot of the pieces fell into place for them.”

Later on, the campers learned that two hikers found the bottle about a quarter of a mile downstream, and is reported to the management on the Arroyo Seco property, and the sending of a rescue team in right way.

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Kingman added that in his 23 years of missions, he had never even heard of some of the people who will be saved, by means of a message in a bottle.

“It’s me, wondering what it was all perfect for each other,” Curtis, be aware of the Post office. “What are the odds?”

Moving forward, the family plans to connect the two for those who, in the lime green bottle and it is good to thank them, a spokesman said on behalf of Nalgene, told Fox News.

CHP officials were not immediately available to provide further comment.

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