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The group were winched to safety after enduring two nights of cold coniditions in Te Urewera national park in the Bay of Plenty

A woman and four young children who were missing for two days in a remote mountain range of New Zealand have been found safe and well.

The five – including children aged between four and nine – were dropped off for a planned one to two hour walk in the Te Urewera national park in the Bay of Plenty just after 1pm on Tuesday afternoon.

The mountain rage is located in a remote and isolated part of New Zealand, on the east coast of the North Island.

The group was reported missing just after 4pm New Zealand time on Wednesday afternoon, and a search was launched overnight in the Otamatuna Ridge.

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Woman and four children missing in New Zealand mountains found safe
21 July 2016

The group were winched to safety after enduring two nights of cold coniditions in Te Urewera national park in the Bay of Plenty

A woman and four young children who were missing for two days in a remote mountain range of New Zealand have been found safe and well.

The five – including children aged between four and nine – were dropped off for a planned one to two hour walk in the Te Urewera national park in the Bay of Plenty just after 1pm on Tuesday afternoon.

The mountain rage is located in a remote and isolated part of New Zealand, on the east coast of the North Island.

The group was reported missing just after 4pm New Zealand time on Wednesday afternoon, and a search was launched overnight in the Otamatuna Ridge.

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