A 56-year-an old british tourist fell on her death during the hike in Italy with her husband reportedly.
The hiker reportedly fell 100 feet off Mount Santner. via ferrata on catinaccio, in Dolomites, northern Italy.
she was on a trip with her husband at the time of the accident, and the pair were descending the mountain shortly before 2:00 pm. on them way in Coronel’s hideout when she lost her balance.
British body was subsequently restored by the mountain rescue service team deployment of helicopters to assist mission. The victim has not yet been identified. in local media reports.
Just a few days earlier 55-year- an old hiker died while hiking the famous mountain range after he lost control of Santner via ferrata.
a week ago a young human also lost his life when he fell off Laurenzi via ferrata also on Catinaccio.
Earlier this month an avalanche on The Dolomites killed almost a dozen people when huge chunk of the ice separated from the melting glacier and sent a stream of ice, rocks and debris on tourists below.
news weeks after British tourist Gerard Christopher Turner was found dead at the bottom of rock after his disappearance on a walk in the forest near where he was staying with his family in Lezzono, Lake Como, near the Alps in north of Italy.
A helicopter using a thermal scanner has been used to try and locate a tourist before they body was in the end found at the bottom of gorge of drones controlled by firefighters.
UK sales director also afraid he drowned on holiday after he dived into Lake Garda in northern Italy to save her teenager son.
Aran Chad, 51, traveled by boat. in Northern Italy on Friday with his partner, there are 14 of themyear-old son and them daughter when the incident happened.
Sales director, first identified reportedly enjoyed a boat trip with his family to celebrate his upcoming birthday. They were about 500 meters from the shore. on rented pleasure boat when he noticed that the teenager was in trouble in water.
Mr. Chada was able to bring his son back to the boat, while his partner, 39-year-old Holly Mosley, dragged the boy back on board. However, Mr. Chada slipped under the surface, “perhaps suffering from a seizure” as his terror family watched onThis was reported by Coast Guard Commander Antonello Ragadale.
Rescue boats, helicopters, divers and a robotic submarine were called to the lake. up up to a depth of 300 meters in places, but after hours of search no trace of Mr Chad.
Independent contacted the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office for comment.