UPDATE 10am Dec 3
Phu Tran (pictured) was found alive in the area of Palmer Valley by a pastoralist this morning.
He told the pastoralist he had found water. He will be transported to the Alice Springs hospital for treatment of exposure, according to a police report.
Mrs Hockridge is still missing.
Report of December 2: Northern Territory Police have found one of the remaining two missing people south of Alice Springs.
Tamra McBeath-Riley, 52 (at right), one of three people missing, was found after police located the vehicle the trio were travelling in bogged in a river bed.
Police said late yesterday that Ms McBeath-Riley will be transported to the Alice Springs Hospital where she will receive treatment for dehydration and exposure.
Claire Hockridge and Phu Tran remain missing in the area and police will step up their search efforts in hope to finding the pair before nightfall.
No further information is available at this stage, police said in a media release.
The search for Claire Hockridge (at left) and Phu Tran continues with further aerial searches today, according to a police media release.
They are believed to be severely dehydrated, having been stranded in the outback for the past 13 days.
Police search efforts were ramped up with two helicopters deployed at first light today to cover a search area 23kms from the Stuart Highway.
One of the three missing people, Tamra McBeath-Riley was located during the aerial search yesterday where police found the vehicle the trio were travelling in, bogged in the Hugh River.
Ms McBeath-Riley was found in good condition, having kept hydrated by boiling and drinking ground water found in the area.
She was taken to the Alice Springs Hospital for observation.
No further information is available at this stage.
Pastoralist finds alive the second of the three missing
UPDATE 10am Dec 3