Three Italian skiers killed in Alps
Again, three skiers died. Three Italians returned Friday not come back from an excursion in the Alps on the border of Italy and France.
A search through reddingwerkers delivered Saturday morning the bodies of the guide and the couple that he worked with in the vicinity of the Italian town of Cesana.
The cause of the accident on Mont Chaberton is not yet clear.
Thursday came four climbers in the Italian Alps to life. They walked in the bottom of a frozen waterfall when suddenly large parts of the ice on which they were destroyed.
The same fate befell the French ski resort of La Grave two climbers on a frozen waterfall. Earlier last week, were in the French Alps, three snowboarders and their teacher buried under an avalanche.