Inside Edition
Inside Edition 13 Aug 2020

Hiker Survives 29 Hours on Only Water


An Arizona man was hiking along Indian Maiden Falls Trail in Arizona when he fell 70 feet into a canyon. With broken bones and a fractured skull, Jacob Velarde was unable to get help. He crawled around in pain, only surviving on water for 29 hours. Luckily, a family hiking on the same trail heard his cries for help. "I heard somebody kind of faintly yelling, 'I fell off a cliff,'" Eric Glomski told Inside Edition. Glomski ran for miles to get a cell signal to call for help.

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