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Tradesman Survives 60 Hours In The Wild

A 21-year-old Tradesman has survived 60 hours in the remote outback. Tom Mason had been working in a remote town before leaving to head home. Swerving his car to avoid a herd of wild camels,

Tom rolled his car but was able to escape without injury. Tom was forced to trek 140km through Australia’s unforgiving landscape, where he said he was ready to give up about 4 times. Luckily, he found a bottle of water on the side of the road to continue his journey until he finally found help late Friday night. “I couldn’t imagine being out here another night … I’m lucky to be here,” Mr Mason told the DailyMail

Reminds us of the last Inbetweeners movie if we’re honest!

Darragh Timlin

With over 25 years’ experience, Darragh is an expert in all things insurance. Starting his career in commercial property underwriting, Darragh has worked for a number of global insurers and is now Managing Director of Tradesman Saver, part of the wider Henry Seymour Group.

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