If you're going to be traveling to Joshua Tree National Park, make sure you're prepared in case anything happens that could leave you stranded.
We're talking water, mostly, but also things that could reduce your exposure to the sun. Two people were just found dead after their car left them stuck in the heat.
Authorities say a couple visiting Joshua Tree National Park reported finding a dead man Monday night on the edge of the Black Eagle Mine Road.
A few hours later, Riverside County sheriff's deputies found the body of a woman about a mile from the man's. Their car was found stranded about five miles away on the same road
That area is supposed to hit 113 degrees this week.
Travel smart, because that park is 1,200 square miles.
Our thoughts go out to those who lost these two poor people.
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