Transcript for 'Baywatch' Star Searches for Noah's Ark
We're going to turn to the "baywatch" star searching for noah's ark. She starred the show for three years. And she has ark fever. And now sets out to climb mt. Ararat. Reporter: Here are the facts. Donna d'errico, was just badly injured falling off mt. Ararat in turkey, looking for noah's ark. I know it sounds ludicrous. And I know most people out there don't think that noah's ark ever But that's not how it is for me. I'm looking for something that is there. And this is my lifelong dream. Reporter: The bible tells us that noah's ark came here in what are now the bad lands of eastern turkey, roamed by rebels. There's no mirrors. And there's no makeup. And there's no hair brushes or anything when you're on mt. Ararat. Reporter: Donna says she rediscovered her faith after divorcing nicki six of motley crue fame. Then, she suffered a near-fatal infection. I said to myself, I almost died and I haven't accomplished my dream yet. Here's a view from inside my tent. Reporter: That dream to search for noah's ark nearly killed her, 11,000 feet up. I stepped on a rock that wasn't secure. I was bopping around on my face with all the rocks under me. And headed towards the edge of the cliff. Reporter: Her climbing partner grabbed her backpack. He prevented me from going over the edge. Reporter: Snapshots of her injuries hit the internet. Would the local rebels realizing who she was, donna had to get off that mountain. I don't think they're violent or would kill us. But kidnapping us, maybe. Reporter: You're still going to go back? Yeah. I'm going to go back. Reporter: She's already packing. Very soon. That's concerning. The other thing that slightly concerns me about this story, selfishly, is this is going to reinforce this idea that all of us that live here in los angeles are nuts. Maybe. Maybe it's the blonde hair, though. Maybe you're off the hook because you're not a blonde woman who ran slow-motion on the beach. I honestly don't care because they don't know me. I know me. They don't know me. Reporter: For "good morning america," nick watt, abc news, los angeles. I like how nick slipped in that last question there. That's our nick watt. Great job.
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