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VIDEO Details of finding the missing Julka: When they noticed her in the forest, they couldn’t believe their eyes! Words about a miracle – Topky.sk

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Oct 13, 2021

EXTREMELY GOOD NEWS! Little Julka was found alive: Two frosty nights lost in the woods

According to Weindl, the girl is still in the hospital. Details of where Julia is in care have not been released by police. The girl spent the night on a heated bed because she was hypothermic after two cold nights in the woods. “There are no external injuries on it,” Weindl added, adding that Julia was communicating, but she was pretty quiet so far.

Source: Police of the Czech Republic

The girl from Berlin disappeared late Sunday afternoon during a family trip on the German-Czech border. During the game, Julia, her six-year-old brother and nine-year-old cousin disappeared from their parents. Rescuers first found both boys, and on Tuesday afternoon, forester Martin Semecký also discovered Julia near Česká Kubica.

They searched for the lost Julia

Source: Police of the Czech Republic

It’s a miracle

“I admit we didn’t have much hope anymore. When we saw her, we couldn’t believe our eyes that it was even possible and that she was fine.” said Semecký. “She must have been very handy that she could do it,” he added in an interview with DPA. But it wasn’t just his fault.

“We were a group of three and I was there when the girl got up in front of us. I was introducing the boys, we had a selected section and when we boarded, I say to a colleague,” look, you’re going here … “and how I said it. “So the little girl rose in front of us,” stated for TV Nova.

VIDEO Details of finding the missing

Source: Police of the Czech Republic

The moment he noticed her, he immediately ran to her. He asked her name and she confirmed it. “She was fine, healthy, she tended to communicate. Of course she was timid, poor thing she had to survive.” described the Semecký meeting. “I’m glad it turned out like this and I probably wouldn’t go into more detail. The euphoria is really amazing. It turned out the best it could.” he added.

VIDEO Details of finding the missing

Source: TASR / Daniel Vogl / dpa via AP

The district governor from Cham, Franz Löffler, thanked all the rescue services on the German and Czech sides for their tireless efforts. “Many hours of fear and uncertainty are over, and thank God my search has ended positively,” said Löffler.

The Bavarian Red Cross in Cham said on Facebook that it was the largest cross-border event ever held in the area. “The fact that a child was found is a miracle,” Tobias Muhr of the Red Cross said Tuesday afternoon.

The course of the search

The search for the girl began on Sunday afternoon on the Czech and German sides of the border. Cherchov lies about two kilometers from the border with Germany. Search teams in the wooded terrain, which they searched even at night, took turns several times. The girl’s mother and her cousin showed them in the field where the child was lost. According to the DPA agency, up to 1,400 searchers took part in the search.

They searched for the lost Julia

Source: Police of the Czech Republic

On Monday afternoon, firefighters, police and other people involved in the action created a thick 800-meter-long dens, and thoroughly traversed the area. Concerns were mainly because night temperatures dropped to zero. The highest point of the Bohemian Forest Čerchov with an altitude of 1041 meters is in the center of the area of ​​several kilometers of dense forests.

They searched for the lost Julia

Source: Police of the Czech Republic

The girl was sought by rescue teams of police officers from the riot police, traffic police and the intervention unit, students from the police school, professional and volunteer firefighters. The technical staff of the Šumava National Park and the foresters of the Domažlice Municipal Forests, who have experience in moving in a forested landscape, also came to the rescue. Czech and German helicopters took part in the search, as well as Czech and German cynologists with service dogs, of which there were about 115 in action, according to the German media.

The Bavarian Land Minister of the Interior Joachim Herrmann from the Christian Democratic CSU also thanked all the searchers. “We mobilized everything … and in the end it was the pinch of luck that the girl found a forester involved in the search,” the DPA quoted him. “Many thanks for the excellent cooperation to the Police of the Czech Republic. I am very happy that the girl is fine!” Andreas Künne, the German ambassador to Prague, posted on Twitter.