According to the Central European News, a German traveler, Lonia Haeger created a Tinder profile to save her life and asked the locals for help. Lonia Haeger is a professional skier and adventurer. Together with her two friends she was traveling in a remote part of Norway, Norkdal region by a camper, and got stuck in the mountains due to the shower of hail. When she realized that they were too far from the rescue service, she created a Tinder profile and asked the locals for help. Stian Lauluten who lived in the proximity rushed to help.
“In 5 minutes, he was there with his bulldozer and shaped lines in the ice,”- writes Loria on her Instagram.
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The picture to our Tinder rescue (Scroll down to my last post to get to know the story before) While sitting in our camper with the fear that every second the car could slide down the mountain or a car could crash into our camper due to the slippery road, Phil had the weird but actually genius idea to create a tinder account with me and this fluffy cutie Literally 5 minutes later I had a match with @stianlauluten Another 5 minutes later he came up with his Bulldozer and shaped lines in the ice We followed him to the next parking slot and the day after our hero organized tires with spikes! (There wasnât a mechanic closer than 200km) Now we can continue our road trip to the Lofoten Tusen takk for your help @stianlauluten . @flash_bros_ @kerkamm_campers @hymer @life.of.kurt #snow #norway #roadtrip #tinder @tinder #dog #husky