Became known the details of the rescue operation in the area of Mount Boyka, which lasted about a day
We have already reported that a tourist was lost in the area of Mount Boyka on May 7, he was found only on May 8, in the area of the Akhlaplykh-Dere gorge, fortunately, alive. The Ministry of Emergency Situations of the Republic of Crimea told about how the search went.
The signal was received on the evening of May 7 (at 18:45). In conditions of poor visibility, fog, thickening twilight, the tourist lost his bearings on the ground and lost his way. Moreover, the man was on a difficult rocky terrain.
Upon arrival, the rescuers climbed through the Leaky couloir to Mount Boyka and began search work. There was an unstable mobile connection with the victim, but the emergency workers were able to give recommendations on how to safely wait for help. The Tar-Bogaz tract and the area of the Kerezli spring were examined. Unfortunately, the eight-hour search work, which was complicated by the dark time of the day, rain, thick fog and difficult terrain, did not give any results.— said the Ministry of Emergency Situations of the Republic of Crimea.
Rescuers examined about 20 kilometers of mountain and forest terrain. It was decided to suspend the search until daylight. At dawn, according to the newly specified coordinates received from the victim, work was resumed. As a result, two hours later, the tourist was found in the area of the Akhlaplykh-Dere gorge.
The man, a resident of the city of Yalta, did not need medical assistance. Rescuers in a service car delivered him to a safe place, and a preventive conversation was held with him on the rules of conduct in the mountain forest zone— reported in the Ministry of Emergency Situations of the Republic of Crimea.
In total, 9 people and 2 pieces of equipment were involved in the rescue operation from the RSChS.
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