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Search efforts for the missing 19-year-old in Tenerife | the world

Last weekend, Jay Slater from Lancashire went to Tenerife to attend the NRG Music Festival with two friends.

On Monday, Jay Slater told a friend on the phone that he was lost and thirsty and that his cell phone only had one percent battery left.

The call was dropped and no one has heard or seen Jay since.

Search efforts in the “Badlands”

Firefighters, volunteer workers and police helicopters are now searching the mountainous area. The area is called the “badlands” – desert lands – by locals.

Jonathan Stones, who moved to Tenerife twenty years ago when he was 13, tells The Sun the area is one of the most sparsely populated places on the island.

– The place where Jay was last found on his mobile phone is the place he has the least chance of survival, he told The Sun.

A former journalist warns of extreme heat in the region.

– There is no shade, no water, and the valley is deep. It becomes difficult to protect oneself from the sun. I hope Jay will be reunited with his family soon.

I walked eleven hours to the hotel

There is still a lot that is unclear about Jay Stones' disappearance.

The 19-year-old is believed to have accompanied two Englishmen to their lodge in a national park. When Jay missed his bus, he decided to try to walk home even though it would take nearly eleven hours.

Jay's mother, Debbie Duncan, said she received a threatening message on Snapchat about her son.

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“Say goodbye to your son because you'll never see him again,” says Debbie Duncan. Manchester Evening News.

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