Description: EXT DAY MS: NBC News Tom Costello reports on camera. 7:44:06 (2:12) EXT DAY MS: Donna Cooper, claims her GPS got her lost in Death Valley, driving. CU: GPS device. POV Shot as car drives down gravel road. VO: Cooper drives as GPS says “recalculating”. MS: Cooper says that the road was pretty much like the one she was driving on. GFX: Montage of Cooper driving. EXT DAY MS: Cooper says that she kept driving further and further into Death Valley. MS: The Sun shines through a cactus. VO: Cooper drives as GPS says “please drive to high lighted route.” STILL: Help Here written on dust on Cooper’s car. STILL: Shelter. EXT DAY POV Shot as car drives down a road. GFX: Insert shot of man saying that his GPS is right about 80% of the time. GFX: Insert shot of woman saying that she couldn’t get home without her GPS. INT CU: Person touches touch screen GPS 2 MS: Men ride in car using mapping software. BRIEF CUTS: Map technology in vehicle. EXT DAY POV Shot as car drives down a road. STILLS: Automobile wreckage. Train wreckage. BRIEF CUTS: Remote areas. INT MS: During interview technology expert Bob Sullivan says that’s possible some date in GPS devices can be 40 years old. GFX: Computer graphic of GPS device in car and Michelin logo. EXT DAY MS: Mountainside GFX: Insert stills of helicopter, rescue team, cooper and her family. EXT DAY MS: Cooper says that people who get lost in death valley do not live. STILL: People standing near helicopter. EXT DAY MS: NBC News Tom Costello reports and closes.