A young man fell from a 50-meter slope in Crimea 15:50

In Alushta, a young man fell from a 50-meter cliff; the young man needed the help of rescuers. In this regard reported In the press service of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of the Republic of Crimea.

The incident occurred near Plaka Burnu on July 7. The emergency services received a report that a child had fallen down a slope and was unable to get out on his own.

“Rescue teams used climbing equipment to rescue the victim from a steep rocky slope and then handed him over to medical workers,” the Emergency Situations Ministry said.

Experts said the young man took a shortcut and left the road before falling down the slope. The victim’s condition and the nature of his injuries were not reported.

The Ministry of Emergency Situations asked holidaymakers not to neglect safety on hiking routes, and also to assess possible dangers in advance, taking into account possible obstacles and weather conditions.

A tourist in Sochi earlier fell apart He was evacuated from a height of ten meters in the mountains by rescuers from the Ministry of Emergency Situations.

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Source: Gazeta


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