(NEWSER) – A Canadian woman who fled into a forest to escape an attacker has been found alive after 12 days lost in the wilderness. Police in Alberta say that after a truck carrying the woman and four other people broke down on a rural road, she was left alone with a man while others went for help, the Globe and Mail reports. When the others were gone, he struck her and tried to sexually assault her. "She fled into the bush and, when she was in there, she got lost and disoriented and couldn’t find her way out again," a police spokesman says.
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