Three men who had been missing for three days were rescued from a deserted Pacific island after a US Navy plane spotted the word "help" spelled out in palm leaves on the beach.

According to UK mirror , the men's families reported them missing on Tuesday after they failed to show up at the Micronesian island of Weno, US Coast Guard spokeswoman Melissa McKenzie said.

The men were travelling in a skiff from another Micronesian island when a wave overtook them.

"Fortunately for them, they were all wearing life jackets and were able to swim to the deserted island," 

The men were waving their orange life jackets when the Navy plane spotted them on the small island of Fanadik, several hundred miles north of Papua New Guinea.Two hours later, a small local boat picked them up and took them to hospital.

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