. . .A cellphone and an iPad are the stars of this story, as they allowed first responders to locate two people in the woods who likely would have died of hypothermia if their devices hadn’t been with them.
Those two people were a father, 58, and daughter, 13, who took off from Pocono Mountains Municipal Airport on Sunday in a Cessna 150. They did a touch-and-go down at Wilkes-Barre Scranton International Airport and were headed back to Pocono when disaster struck. . .
“With the help of the United States Air Force, they were able to track a better location on several pings,” Sgt. John G. Richards with the Pennsylvania State Police said, according to WYOU-TV.
“Actually using the cellphone of the pilot and his daughter’s iPad. And the iPad actually led us right to the crash site.” (Read more from “Teen’s iPad Saves Her and Her Father’s Lives After Plane Crash” HERE)
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