A man slipped and fell while rock hopping across a crocodile-infested river as he lead his family to safety after their car became bogged in the water. Naomi, who did not want to give her surname, was crocodile-spotting with her child when she saw two cars get bogged at Cahills Crossing, in Kakadu National Park in the Northern Territory on Saturday. One car managed to reverse out but the other, a blue Ford, got stuck, forcing a family of four to climb out and walk across rocks to the other side of the East Alligator River, which is notorious for being full of saltwater crocodiles. A Northern Territory man (pictured) was filmed falling and slipping into a crocodile-infested river as he led his family (also pictured) across the notorious Cahills Crossing in Kakadu National Park in the Top End on Saturday Naomi said the whole ordeal ‘was intense to watch’. ‘You’re standing there watching and unable to do anything to help and hoping they make it to the other side,’ the mother told NT News . ‘It was a kind of heart in mouth moment, not knowing whether you’re about to see someone be attacked.’ Cahills Crossing is surrounded by memorials to… Read full this story
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