Two missing in Australian outback found alive


(SOUNDBITE) (English) SURVIVOR TAMRA MCBEATH-RILEY, SAYING:

"It is what it is and you gotta do what you gotta do"

This woman survived for nearly two weeks in the remote Australian outback.

Tamra McBeath-Riley was rescued Sunday (December 1).

She was the first person to be found after her group became stranded.

A second person was found alive Tuesday (December 3) morning, but another is still missing.

(SOUNDBITE) (English) SURVIVOR TAMRA MCBEATH-RILEY, SAYING:

"Look the three of us, my partner and a friend, were going off to do a bit of four wheel driving over to Chambers Pillar and I took a wrong turn basically and ended up being bogged. And experienced something I wouldn't want to experience again."

(SOUNDBITE) (English) SURVIVOR TAMRA MCBEATH-RILEY, SAYING:

"We tried several times, many times to try and get out, but just couldn't get out. And so we just ventured forth to try and find some shelter and some water and we did. We found a cow waterhole, but it is what it is and you got to do what you got to do and we had to drink from that to survive."

McBeath-Riley said the group split up after exhausting their supplies.

(SOUNDBITE) (English) UNIDENTIFIED JOURNALIST SAYING:

"What was it like saying goodbye, when you split up? When you separated?

(SOUNDBITE) (English) SURVIVOR TAMRA MCBEATH-RILEY, SAYING:

"Tearful."

(SOUNDBITE) (English) SURVIVOR TAMRA MCBEATH-RILEY, SAYING:

"We had a packet of noodles to share, that's with the dog as well, to share with the four of us and we had probably one or two scotch finger biscuits each to spread over that time."

Police named the second survivor as Phu Tran.

Rescuers are still searching for Claire Hockridge, who's been stranded since November 19.