Father Uses Find My iPhone To Locate Teenage Son Following Car Accident

Find-My-iPhone

Are you using Find My iPhone yet?

Apple’s Find My iPhone service is often used to locate thieves who have stolen iOS devices, but it can also be a life saver. A 17-year-old was air lifted to hospital on Friday, November 2, following a car accident in Santa Barbara, California. But if it wasn’t for Find My iPhone, paramedics would have struggled to find him.

The boy’s vehicle was found 200 feet away from the road following the accident, but he wasn’t in it. He had attempted to walk to get help during the night, and was located 150 feet away by his father using Find My iPhone.

The boy was then air lifted to the Cottage Trauma Center in Santa Barbara.

This is just another example of why Apple’s Find My iPhone service can be priceless. If you have iOS devices and you’re not already using it, you should be.

Related
  • kevin13769

    You are joking aren’t you… A father used find my iPhone… Think you need to fact check and learn the difference between apps and understand Find my iPhone is NOT Find My Friends… THEY DO DIFFERENT THINGS…!!!

    And just to clarify, the original News report clearly says, the father used his iPhone to track, which means you have just made up for a more sensational story… Really really bad journalism if you could ever think of it as that…!

About the author

Killian BellKillian Bell is a freelance writer based in the UK. He has an interest in all things tech, but most enjoys covering Apple, anything mobile, and gaming. You can follow him on Twitter via @killianbell, or through his website.

(sorry, you need Javascript to see this e-mail address)| Read more posts by .

Posted in News | Tagged: , , , |