On Elbrus found the body of a Muscovite

A Moscow skier died under an avalanche on the slope of Elbrus, which is prohibited for skiing, Interfax reports, citing a source.

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The incident occurred on Wednesday evening, January 9th. The body of a man with no signs of life was found under the Mir station at an altitude of 3.5 thousand meters. Earlier, the spouse reported about the disappearance of a skier from Moscow. According to the agency interlocutor, a man born in 1981, who lives in Moscow, rode a prohibited part of the slope below the Mir station on Elbrus. It is assumed that he himself caused the avalanche, in which he died.

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Rescuers began transporting the body of the deceased for further transmission to the interdepartmental investigative and operational group.

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In August 2017, a tourist from Moscow died while climbing Mount Elbrus. Mountaineer born in 1962 felt unwell and contacted the Emergency Situations Ministry . After about three hours, EMERCOM officers found a man at an altitude of 4.1 thousand meters, but he was already dead.

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