South Australian man Phu Tran has been found alive after going missing for almost two weeks in the Northern Territory outback.
Northern Territory Police said Mr Tran, 40, was found by a pastoralist on a station south of Alice Springs.
Police said Mr Tran survived by drinking ground water and he been transported to Alice Springs hospital for treatment.
Mr Tran and Alice Springs residents Claire Hockridge, 46, and Tamra McBeath-Riley, 52, told friends they were going on an afternoon trek on Tuesday, November 19.
Ms McBeath-Riley was found east of Stuarts Well on Sunday afternoon after a tip-off led police to the group’s car, which became bogged in the Finke River.
Police are continuing their search for Ms Hockridge.
More to come.