All missing people found alive after Austrian avalanche

BERLIN: The last two people are missing after an avalanche in Lech/Zuers skiers in western Austria contacted authorities late on Sunday and the search and rescue operation was suspended. Austrian press agency (APA) was reported on Monday.
The avalanche occurred just before 3 p.m. (1400 .) Greenwich Mean Time) on Sunday, the APA added initial suspicion that 10 people were buried by the avalanche based on a video of a skier.
One person was quickly rescued from the snow and taken to hospital in Innsbruck with serious injuries. A total of four people were injured.
The APA said the rest of the people could be seen on video that appeared throughout Sunday evening. Several people descended into the valley on their own and did not initially report their involvement in the avalanche.
Lech/Zuers considers itself “one of the best ski resorts in the world” and is part of the cradle of Alpine skiing.


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