Living in far north Queensland is not for the faint of heart. Emma Jackson lives on Wolverton Station on Cape York Peninsula and in this podcast she talks to what occurred when a guest had a 'widow-maker' heart attack and how her life was saved, and also describes what happened when a large snake tried to eat her son while he was sleeping.
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