After a man got stranded alone in Oregon's snowy tundra
, he found a unique way to call for help by managing to attach his iPhone to his drone in order to send for help.
According to the Lane County Sheriff’s Office, the driver attempted to traverse a remote road in the U.S. Forest Service - Willamette National Forest that is not maintained for winter travel.
After his vehicle got stuck in the snowy terrain
, he realized he did not have cell phone service — and his family was out of the country, making the situation worse.
"Nobody knew where he had gone or to call for help if he didn’t make it home," the sheriff’s office said in a Facebook post.