Late on Wednesday afternoon, the Italian Coast Guard intervened on a British-flagged vessel where they found a dead man. According to the authorities, he was a roughly 30-year-old citizen of the Czech Republic. The ship was located near the city of Porto Azzurro on the island of Elba. Authorities are investigating the cause of death, not ruling out suicide. Tourists were also rescued from the mountains On Wednesday, a rescue service helicopter picked up a thirty-three-year-old tourist from the Czech Republic, who felt nauseous, near the Giau Pass in the Dolomites. The man was taken to the hospital, where he was examined. A 22-year-old Czech tourist was injured while climbing the Grosser Donnerkogel in the Austrian Alps. The woman injured her ankle and had to be taken to the hospital, APA wrote. At the end of July, the police found a dead sixty-seven-year-old Czech in the Italian resort of Bibione. The man lived in an RV and his remains were in an advanced state of decomposition. According to the investigators, the results of the first analyzes show that the death was not someone else’s fault, the local press wrote.
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