EL PASO, Texas (CBSDFW.COM/AP) — A family from Texas is safe after being stranded for more than 24 hours in the mountains of southwestern Colorado, authorities said.

San Miguel County sheriff’s officials said in a statement the couple in their 30s and their 12-year-old daughter were driving a rental truck from El Paso to deliver furniture to Norwood.

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The man told authorities they became stuck in snow Monday morning after relying on a GPS for their route through the San Juan National Forest. They ran the engine and covered themselves in furniture blankets overnight.

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They tried to walk out Tuesday morning when they were spotted by an aircraft.

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