The Russians escaped with a seven-meter cliff in Crimea and survived


www.vsyako.netPhoto: EMERCOM in the Republic of Crimea

On the southern shore of the Crimea, Russian tourist fell off a cliff with a height of seven meters and survived. This was reported on the website of the regional Department of EMERCOM of Russia.

The incident occurred on Sunday, June 28, in the area of mount Ayu-Dag, on the border of Big Alushta and Yalta Great. According to the Agency, the man in the process of the descent from the rocky land fell into the Bay of the Cape Musseri.

As a result, the Russians were unable to move independently, to a scene there arrived rescuers. Subsequently, the victim was taken by motor boat to the nearest dock and handed to the ambulance crew.

On 5 June it was reported that a resident of Moscow during a jump with a parachute hovering in one of the gorges of Kabardino-Balkar Republic and stayed there for a day. It was known that a group of base jumpers from three people made an emergency landing on the rocky terrain.

Video, photo All from Russia.


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