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    Three Argentine tourists had a scary few hours of during their visit to Arenal Volcano National Park.

    The foreigners got lost last night, but fortunately a few hours later they were found by park officials.

    The Red Cross confirmed that South Americans disappeared around 7:00 pm and were found at about 9:00 pm

    They added that the institution mobilized personnel for physical assessment of the tourists, but they were in no need of medical attention.

    An officer of the park, Mario Quiros, said that the Argentines got lost because they went off the official trail.

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