Tourists Trapped on Arctic Ice Floe Drift for Miles as Weather Delays Rescue Bid

Posted: June 26, 2013  |  By: Henry Austin [NBC News]

Rescuers trying to reach 30 people stranded on a drifting ice floe in the Canadian arctic were thwarted by bad weather early Wednesday.

The group, which includes two Americans, woke up Tuesday to discover the three-mile long piece of the ice shelf they had bedded down on had broken free.

The 20 tourists were visiting Nunavut, a sparsely popular territory in the far north of the country. Ten local hunters were also trapped on the ice.

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