Two days after the rock fall in a gorge in Austria, a third death has been salvaged victims. Rescue workers had found in the night of Friday, the body of a 30-year-old man from Slovakia, said a police spokesman. He had obviously been of chunks of rock taken in a 30-Meter-high waterfall plunged into a five-Meter-deep pool has been flushed. "The body was very hard to find," said the spokesman. Friends of the man had alerted the police after he had returned from the hike in the bear-contactor gorge in Styria.
In the immediate vicinity of the falls were killed on Wednesday two women from Austria and Hungary from falling rock. A total of nine hikers were injured. The very popular with tourists gorge is closed until further notice. Annually, 40,000 visitors came to master the spectacular, multi-hour hike through more than 150 bridges and several hundred meters in altitude.Date Of Update: 10 July 2020, 05:20