Nine tourists were killed in Austria due to avalanches
One person is missing.
In Austria, as a result of several avalanches, nine people were killed.
This was reported on February 5 by the Associated Press.
The publication writes that such a number of accidents have occurred in the last 24 hours in different federal lands.
Three incidents occurred in Vorarlberg and Tyrol. Eight tourists died there. According to the police, during one avalanche, Swedish citizens and their Austrian guide were killed.
In addition, the authorities of Tyrol reported the death of one person. One tourist is missing.
Fans of winter holidays in the mountains of Austria report that the risk of avalanches still persists. By the way, as of the evening of February 4, at least 31 separate avalanches were registered.
As reported, three United Nations diplomats were caught in an avalanche at the Erciyes ski center in Kayseri province. As a result, one of the UN staff was killed.