Miss Norris and Mr Scott alerted relatives in England by mobile phone after the crash about 200 miles south west of Manaus in Brazil. It is understood the couple, who were shaken but not injured in the crash, are now being taken to Manaus. The pair, in their 60s, have been travelling around Latin and South America in a motor home for the past four years. They rang a member of their family in Eastbourne, East Sussex, on Tuesday night after their mobile home became trapped. Their relative then rang Dover Coastguard, who forwarded their details on to Falmouth Coastguard, which acts as the international liaison station for the UK. Fred Caygill of the Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) said staff at Falmouth Coastguard then contacted the relevant authorities in Brazil. He said the couple, from London, have been travelling around South America for the past four years and were uninjured in the incident. Mr Caygill said: 'Its not the first time weve assisted people across the world. TG