Home » World News » Six injured at Steinschlag in the Swiss Alps

Six injured at Steinschlag in the Swiss Alps

Monday, August 21st, 2017 | World News

Six people have been injured in a stone attack at the Gelmersee in the Swiss Alps.

According to the Cantonal Police Bern, no one was killed in the misery at Gelmersee near the 2164 meter high Grimsel Pass in the Bernese Oberland. The injured had been taken to hospitals by helicopters. Whether it was foreign guests, the police could not say at first. The Gelmersee about 100 kilometers southeast of Bern is a popular excursion destination, which can be reached by a mountain railway.

For today's information on the Steinschlag at #Gelmersee, please visit: https://t.co/fq2zFMPVIUDen Affected good improvement! – Kantonspolizei Bern (@PoliceBern) August 20, 2017
In the case of a rockfall, rocks in the high mountain range often break down by several cubic meters and fall downhill. A chunk can be solved by climatic changes or by climbers. The chunks reach speeds of up to 30 meters per second, as the canton of Berne writes in an information about natural hazards.


Cal Crutchlow: What He has Marquez and P

03. August 2017 – 10:33 World Champion Marc Marquez also benefits from Cal

Real Madrid Vs Barcelona

Real Madrid Vs Barcelona Watch Real Madrid Vs Barcelona Live Streaming, Matches Schedule,

De Maizière calls for uniform asylum pr

Thomas de Maizière finds the achievements for refugees in Germany "quite high" in

FTTH / Koax: Vodafone invests billions i

Vodafone intends to invest an additional € 2 billion in Germany for glass