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Tourists rolled over on a shift in Kamchatka

Tourists rolled over on a shift in Kamchatka
Photo by: kamgov.ru

Tourists rolled over in the "Urals" in the Kamchatka Territory. In total, there were about 15 people in the shift. They were heading to the Gorely volcano. The accident occurred around 8 am on July 8th.

According to the press service of the regional government, tourists ordered a tour to a private person. The group was not registered with the Ministry of Emergencies; they were not provided with insurance. Four victims were sent to the nearest hospital.

According to the acting head of the regional agency for tourism and external relations Elena Lassal, 97 official tour operators are registered in Kamchatka. When selling a tour, each of them concludes an official contract and draws up insurance.

Earlier it was reported that from July 1, tour operators in Kamchatka will be able to resume work. So far they will provide services only to local residents and in compliance with all sanitary safety rules.

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