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Backpackers allegedly kidnapped and sexually assaulted at South Australian campsite
‘He’s going to kill us all,’ said woman who found help after escaping alleged ordeal at isolated campsite in national park
Thursday 11 February 2016 02.18 ESTLast modified on Thursday 11 February 201604.52 EST
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Two female backpackers were allegedly kidnapped and sexually assaulted by an Australian man in an isolated region of South Australia, who is now facing charges including attempted murder.
The women, who were visiting from overseas, had met their alleged attacker in a rural area more than 100km from Adelaide. The man drove them to a campsite at Salt Creek in Coorong national park, where he allegedly kidnapped, sexually assaulted and attempted to kill the women.
Police were called after one of the women escaped her alleged attacker and found a group of fishermen camping on a nearby beach. One of the fishermen told the Adelaide Advertiser the woman ran towards him, screaming: “He’s going to kill us all.”
A 59-year-old South Australian man has been arrested and charged with attempted murder and unlawful sexual intercourse with the two women. The man did not apply for bail and was taken into custody on Thursday.
At a media conference on Thursday, South Australian police superintendent James Blandford said the women were found in a “dire” situation.
“Given the nature of the charges, their situation was obviously very dire and they were somewhat distressed,” he said. “One of the victims was able to run away and came across some people who were fishing in the area,” he said.
“They were able to comfort and secure her and make a call to the police.”
The second woman was later found by rescuers in the sand dunes. The woman had sustained serious injuries.
One of the fishermen, Abdul-Karim Mohammed, said the scene was confronting, with the woman screaming, crying and yelling.
“First of all she just started waving,” he told Seven News. “She looked at us. She didn’t know what was going on. She ran straight to the car yelling. She opened the back door, jumped straight in and like ‘Get me out of here, get me out of here. He’s going to kill us all.’
“First of all she had no clothes on so we just straight away gave her our jacket.
“She had some scratches and that on the legs. Look liked she’d been pulled around, dragged around and that.”
Camper Josh Harris saw the woman, who was possibly hit with a hammer, as her rescuers brought her to a roadhouse at Salt Creek.
“At first I thought it was mud on her face. As she walked, supported by people, blood was all over her,” he said.
“The guys who dropped her off were in shock. She’d said her attacker was going to kill her.”
Harris said the second woman caught up in the attack seemed “okay physically”.
“She was holding a pillow to her head but was running around saying ‘where is she? I need to see her. She saved my life’.
“It was horrific. It was like something from a movie. It was Storm Boy turned into Wolf Creek.”
The women, aged in their 20s, were hospitalised. By Thursday, one had been discharged with the second still under observation in a stable condition after suffering serious injuries.
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He said copy and paste the article, not Kanyes closet fantasy you clit face.
HOW'S THAT BACKPACKING VACATION COMING ALONG? GETTING OFF THE BEATEN TRACK, ARE WE? EXPERIENCING OTHER WORLD VIEWS, DIFFERENT THAN YOUR OWN, YET INTERESTING AND UNIQUE? ARE WE LEARNING? Stay at a nice resort. Do not leave the grounds.
Scary world out there sometimes.
Girls shoulda been packin heat if they were gonna be out in BFE Australia alone
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I was backpacking once. There was an unmarked trail leading to a scenic view. As I got close to the overlook, I saw a naked man and a woman doing the dirty deed on a blanket. Being the gentleman that I am, I just observed for a few seconds and quietly went back to the main trail. I didn't have a camera.
Imagine if they had been fudge packers