Couple Lost on 'Engagement Weekend' Found Alive

Blake Fuhriman was planning to propose to Alissa DeVille when they became stranded in the Bighorn National Forest.
0:48 | 09/05/14

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And finally this wasn't the best way to propose marriage. Blake -- and decided to take his girlfriend a lets -- on a mountain climbing adventure he planned to pop the question during their track. To the bighorn national forest but. They ended up getting stranded. For five nights five she injured her leg they ran out of food they almost ran out of water. The good news is eventually rescuers did finally find them. But what about that big question despite all she went through five terrifying nights alone in the wilderness. -- -- -- -- us. The opposite is true apparently -- made it through that yeah. I don't think hiking is -- -- -- on the -- to -- -- -- have a -- -- Good luck to them -- -- hope -- -- he's here yeah. Got to get -- got good.

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