The highest mountain in great Britain, in the North of Scotland, occurred on Tuesday in an accident. After an avalanche three people were killed, the fourth was flown with a rescue helicopter to the hospital. According to the newspaper, "Blick", which is based on a report from the British "Telegraph", it Kletteren the victim to Swiss trade. The FDFA in Bern has not confirmed this assumption.
"We have done everything we could. It is a terrible tragedy," Donald Paterson, the head of the rescue team quoted in the article. One of the climbers had pretty much died quickly, and the other had been reanimated for a half hour, but didn't respond unfortunately. The third had died, as he had been brought down the mountain.
Apparently, the Scottish weather service has classified the avalanche risk on Ben Nevis. In spite of the storm Gareth tourists had opted to start the Tour.
Created: 13.03.2019, 07:58 PM