Per sei russi vacanza sul Cermis finita in tragedia

Montagna fatale per un gruppo che faceva parte di una comitiva che scendeva lungo una pista nera, la “Olimpia 2”, chiusa al transito nelle ore notturne, a bordo di una motoslitta con rimorchio.

Il veicolo si è ribaltato per l’alta velocità e le condizioni della pista. Le vittime, quattro uomini e due donne, sono precipitate in un dirupo profondo 100 mt, oltre la rete di recinzione.

I feriti, di cui uno molto grave, sono stati trasportati con un elicottero dell’esercito giunto da Bolzano, uno all’ospedale di Cavalese, l’altro al S. Chiara di Trento.

Gli otto turisti si trasferivano dalla località Alberghi a Doss dei Laresi. Ecco la cronaca da Rt.com Russia Today

Six tourists from southern Russia were killed and two remain in critical condition after a snowmobile accident in the Italian Alps. Their vehicle tipped over and fell down a steep ski slope, rescuers told Reuters.

Five of those who died and one of the survivors were tourists; another survivor and one of the fatalities both worked for a tourist company in Italy, RIA Novosti reported.

The two Russian tourists wounded in the accident have been taken to hospital, and are reportedly in critical condition.

The driver of the snowmobile lost control of the vehicle for unknown reasons, after which it plunged 100 meters down the Cermis mountain in Trentino province, local media reported.

The tourists were driving to their hotel from a restaurant located in the mountains at around 10:00pm local time, the vice consul at the Milan embassy told journalists.

Aleksey Paramonov, the Russian consul in Milan, referred to a preliminary report revealing the accident may have been caused by technical problems with the vehicle, or speeding on a dangerous section of road.

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