Swede survives 70 metre tumble in Austrian Alps

According to a newssite Salzburg 24, the Swede plunged about 70 metres down a bank after she slipped on a slight highway in high terrain. Her tumble was stopped by a boulder.

The Bad Gastein towering rescue was called out on Tuesday shortly before 2pm after they were told a mountaineer had fallen, nonetheless clever winds behind a rescue operation.

“At initial a hunt started in a wrong area. Research carried out by military determined flattering quickly, however, that a Swedish lady had depressed in a Palfnerscharte area,” a conduct of a internal towering rescue bend Roland Pfund told Salzburg 24.

A group of 20 towering rescuers from Bad Gastein and Bad Hofgastein were flown to a mark circuitously a pile-up site. After reaching a lady they carried her to a circuitously towering station, from where she was taken to sanatorium by helicopter.

The Swedish Foreign Ministry told a TT newswire that they had no information about a accident.

Mountain rescuer Robert Silbergasser told a ORF during a time that clever winds had done a moody difficult.

“And if we saw a site of a fall, afterwards we could trust in a thousand defender angels. It is roughly a miracle. We are really happy that a male survived,” he said.

Article source: http://www.thelocal.at/20160713/swede-survives-70-metre-fall-in-austrian-alps

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