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Snowboarder search operation completed in Chukotka

Snowboarder search operation completed in Chukotka
Photo: press service of the government of the Chukotka Autonomous Region

In Chukotka, the search operation at the place of the avalanche disappeared. In the decay 15 km from the village of Egvekinot, the body of a snowboarder who disappeared on December 22 was found.

The search operation lasted almost two weeks. Because of the danger of repeated snow mass gathering at the search site, access to people and equipment was limited, and the last week, all search work in the safe area was carried out with the help of an excavator. According to the press service of the regional government, more than 300 volunteers and rescuers, over 15 pieces of equipment provided by local enterprises and organizations took part in the search.

Snowboarder rode on an unequipped slope December 22 and was in decay under an avalanche. It turned out to be the largest in the last 35 years.

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