iPhone Lost at Dockweiler State Beach...Found and Returned.

  • from Redondo Beach (California, United States)

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When Rosie contacted me, she was down on the beach going over the sand where she had been the evening before. She had dropped her iPhone without realizing it, and now was trying to find it. She asked if I could help. I asked her to look at the sand, and tell me if it looked smoothed out, and she said it was. I could tell from her description, that the machines had already gone through, and informed her that the possibility of a recovery was very dismal. She then told me that her Find My iPhone app was showing it still there, so I asked her when was it last updated because it will still show even if it was last updated the day before. She told me that the last update was just 2 minutes ago, and I told her she has to be one of the luckiest people, and let her know I was coming right away, and to not let the machines come through the area again.

When I arrived we found each other, and she showed me where she believed the phone was lost. I could tell the machines had gone through, but they left a ridge of material in the area the phone was lost. I began the search where Rosie had been looking, and then began looking in the ridge of trash. There was a lot of trash metal that I found, but no phone. I then began expanding the search zone. I continued expanding the zone, finding more trash metal, and then I found the phone way outside of the search zone. The phone was actually moved by the machine, but not picked up by it. Rosie was very happy to have it back, and I was happy to be able to help!



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