iphone 14’s SOS Saves Automobile After 300-foot Fall in Angeles National Forest

iPhone 14’s SOS Saves Automobile: On Tuesday, a man and a woman whose automobile had fallen approximately 300 feet into a canyon in the Angeles National Forest have rescued thanks to the emergency SOS feature on an iPhone 14.

iphone 14's SOS Saves Automobile
iphone 14’s SOS Saves Automobile

The agency stated that the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department’s Crescenta Valley station was alerted by an iPhone 14 via satellite service just before 2:00 p.m. The two young adults were found dead after their automobile slid “over the side of the mountain” in a single-vehicle accident near mile marker 18.87 in Monkey Canyon, as the Montrose Search and Rescue Team reported.

The crew claimed in a statement, “They were in a remote canyon with no cellular coverage” and were able to free themselves from the car. According to officials, they could text a relay center using the emergency satellite service on their iPhone 14.

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The dispatch center notified the station, and that personnel, along with the Los Angeles County Fire Department, the Sheriff’s Department, and a helicopter, were sent to the scene.

The rescue chopper located the patients after receiving latitude and longitude coordinates from the contact center, and a paramedic was lowered to them by cable. In the accident that left their car overturned on the canyon floor, they were hurt but not seriously.

The Sheriff’s Office released a video showing the victims being loaded into the helicopter. They were sent to the hospital via ambulance, the authorities added. What caused the crash was a mystery.

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