Appy ending for couple stranded in Grampians

A COUPLE who became stranded on a remote track in the Grampians were rescued on Monday night using a mobile phone application.

Police advised the pair to download the navigational app after they could not determine their location.

The man and woman had called triple-0 around 6.30pm, after they became stranded on Carter’s Track between Mt Difficult Road and Roses Gap Road.

The couple, from Sydney, had been driving along the track in a rented four-wheel-drive when they became stuck due to the conditions.

The track is usually only accessed by experienced off-road drivers.

Stawell police made contact with the pair but were initially unable to establish their location.

The members then instructed the couple to download a navigation application to their mobile phone.

The man followed the instructions, took a screen shot of the co-ordinates and emailed it through to police.

Police were then able to locate the couple a short time later.

The 56-year-old man and 43-year-old woman were located safe and well. They did not suffer any injuries.

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