ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) Weeks after an Alaska mans remote cabin burned down, he was rescued by Alaska State Troopers who found him by a makeshift shelter with an SOS signal stamped in the snow.
Tyson Steele, 30, was picked up Thursday in what appeared to be good health at his remote homestead 20 miles outside of Skwentna, troopers said in a dispatch.
A mid-December fire had killed his dog and left Steele with no means of communication, Steele told troopers. After his family members and friends hadnt heard from him for several weeks, they requested a welfare check.
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