Skiing accidents in Tyrol – beginners collided and fell ten meters


The series of serious skiing accidents in Tyrol continues: On Friday, two beginners collided in the Stubai Valley – a 21-year-old had to be taken to the valley by the piste rescue team. In the Zillertal, a German woman (41) came down the slope and fell into the forest.

The skiing accident in the “Schlick 2000” in the Stubai Valley took place around 1:30 p.m. A 21-year-old German woman was riding her snowboard downhill on blue slope number 6 when, according to police, she suddenly lost control due to “challenging conditions” and collided with a standing novice skier.

Ski rescue teams brought injured people to the valley
The compatriot of the same age fell as a result of the collision and suffered significant injuries to her right lower leg. After initial care, the young woman was taken to the valley by the snow rescue team and then taken to hospital.

The ten meter fall ended slightly
A 41-year-old German woman had a major breakdown in the Zillertal on Friday afternoon. The skier was skiing with her husband in Gerlos in the Isskogel area on the red piste number 31 when she suddenly went over the edge of the piste and fell ten meters into the adjacent forest.

The woman probably crashed into a tree. The accident probably ended very lightly. Apparently the holidaymaker only suffered minor injuries. Nevertheless, as a precaution, she was flown to Schwaz Hospital by emergency helicopter.

Source: Krone


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