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Man Trapped In Germany's Deepest Cave; Experts Say Could Take Days To Rescue

 
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hes about 1000meters deepth, a rock fall on his body

here some more


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Severely injured a German caver is the depth of 1000 meters already been downloaded to the bivouac number 2, which is at a depth of 450 meters. Demanding rescue goes according to plan, from the first day onwards, however, are standing by the Slovenian cave rescuers.

An international team of rescuers have been several days in a row seeks the surface get damaged German speleologist Johanna Westhauserja. Westhauserju 8 June at a depth of 1,000 meters in the head and chest fell a bigger stone and severely injured. One of the two cavers, who was accompanied by Westhauserja while exploring the last part of the largest and deepest cave system in Germany has risen to the surface and called for help. This is to raise the surface which consumed 12 hours.

Because it is a very long and complex system of underground caves, which in certain places due to a number of bottlenecks very difficult transient, resolving very slowly. The rescue operation, which is based on the number of rescuers involved, these recent data for more than 200, has become one of the largest in Europe, have joined the Croatian rescuers.

Croatian rescuers yet in standby

Bavaria's mountain rescue service this morning on its website published a new report on resolving damaged caver. As they wrote, Westhauser is currently at a depth of 450 meters near the bivouac number 2 It currently concerns an Italian doctor, but soon it will be replaced by an Italian doctor, who is already preparing to descend into the pit.


Westhauserja lifted to the surface very slowly, because the cave system is very complicated and full of narrow passages. (Photo: Bavarian Mountain Rescue)
Austrian rescuers in the evening prepare for lift crashed from bivouac to bivouac 2 1 morning they descended into the pit, to verify that everything is ready for further resolution. This is a vertical length of 300 meters, which is very difficult. Currently in the cave rescuers from 60 different countries, 10 Croatian rescuers but is currently at the entrance to the cave system ready for the assistance, if necessary, replace worn out by German, Italian, Austrian and Swiss counterparts.


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I used to map caves with a group called the Louisville grotto, and that's an insane cave...when I was younger I'd do anything, but I don't know about that one...think I'd pass
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[link to www.telegraph.co.uk]

[link to www.news.com.au]

Most expensive rescue in German history as man begins second week trapped 3000 feet underground in cave
Johann Westhauser has lain in the icy dark beneath the Bavarian Alps while doctors struggle to reach him and treat him for brain injury after accident
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Edward Bulwer-Lytton would be jealous.
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One of the biggest caving rescue operations in the world comes to an end. Numeric international team of rescuers who have 11 days to resolve a damaged German caver, there is still a challenging vertical to a length of 180 meters.
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the last 180 meters before the rescue is completed
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the last 180 meters before the rescue is completed
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very, very good news. Thank you
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hes free since 42minutes

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What a well concerted international rescueoperation!

Kudos to everyone involved.

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What a well concerted international rescueoperation!

Kudos to everyone involved.

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I've been on a few rescues...one was during a downpour and we had to fall a tree over top of the entrance of the cave, about a 90' vertical drop and some fatass was maybe 10' off the cave floor and stuck...so with water cascading from the opening and mud along with it, we pulled his ass out, but everyone worked together, one old woman down the road even brought us coffee :)
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soon all pictures of the rescue online here

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What a well concerted international rescueoperation!

Kudos to everyone involved.

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I've been on a few rescues...one was during a downpour and we had to fall a tree over top of the entrance of the cave, about a 90' vertical drop and some fatass was maybe 10' off the cave floor and stuck...so with water cascading from the opening and mud along with it, we pulled his ass out, but everyone worked together, one old woman down the road even brought us coffee :)
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Stories like these give me so much hope that humanity will pull together one day.

I figurativly salute you Brief!

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Re: Man Trapped In Germany's Deepest Cave; Experts Say Could Take Days To Rescue
video of the moments of rescue

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Re: Man Trapped In Germany's Deepest Cave; Experts Say Could Take Days To Rescue
"In recent days, here is a chapter was written alpine rescue story, which is comparable with the first successful rescue of the climber Claudio Corti of the Eiger north face in 1957," says Norbert Saviour, chairman of the Bavarian Mountain Rescue.

 

A total of 728 rescue workers were during the twelve-day rescue in use, of which 202 are in the cave. The rescue was a successful collaboration with the best cave rescuers from all over Europe. The Bavarian Mountain Rescue would like to thank all the helpers from Switzerland, Austria, Italy, Croatia and South Tyrol and all emergency services involved and authorities for their help.

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man is thanking his rescuers in german language i think




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