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>> A South Korean backpacker was pulled to safety in Australia on Thursday. Joohee Han had spent six nights alone in the Australian bush after falling from a lookout point in Queensland. Local media reported she was taking photos when she lost her balance. Han lost consciousness for around five hours and then crawled to a nearby waterfall.
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Authorities sent in a rescue after getting reports of screams for help in the area. Some are calling her rescue a miracle.>> If it had been like a day later or even two days later, and nobody had came out, actually sussed out that she was gone, well, she could still be out there.
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>> Han survived the accident without any major injuries. She's being treated for minor cuts and dehydration.