Woman Survives 40 Days in New Mexico's Gila Wilderness

On December 7th, 52-year-old Carolyn Dorn set out on a two-week hike into New Mexico's Gila Wilderness. Twenty days later, rescue teams officially called off the search for lack of clues, and Dorn's family was left with little hope of finding her alive. Then on Friday, hikers Albert Kottke, 24, and his brother, Peter Kottke, 20, stumbled into her. Forty days after leaving her car, having eaten grass for food and endured multiple snows and single-digit temperatures, Dorn was rescued by a National Guard Crew and is recovering at Gila Regional Medical Center. (Read the full story here.)