A report of the crash after two Czech climbers died after the fall of Troll Id in July is ready.
The site's findings show that the biggest forces were on the move, the report said.
– The metal carbines that were part of the security equipment were deformed, twisted and damaged. It is impossible to go through a normal fall. This suggests that something very difficult is happening across the entire chain of climbers for the alpinists, says the head of the Norwegian climbing association's security committee, Odd Magnesium Eggide in VG.
A report of the crash after two Czech nationals were found lifeless at the bottom of the mountain in July was prepared by the Norwegian Ascension Association's Security Commission. The Norwegian climbing website first mentioned the accident report.
– It may be a large block of mountains to which the fuse is connected, which may loosen for unknown reasons. Five tonnes of rock will cause a type of deformation, a rescue team found on security equipment, says Regreid.
There are many races in the area
Igreid goes on to say that it is well known that there is a lot of loose stone in the area and that there have been many stone races in the Troll wall for the last 20 years.
The accident report states:
– Climbers (both trips jour.anm) in the past visited Trolveggen, so we think they were familiar with the race.
This is the first time the rockers have died since climbing the Tridol Troll since they began climbing there in 1965, according to Igreid.
The report points out that there are no eyewitnesses to the accident and that it can never be said with certainty what really happened.
May fell 380 meters
Climbers were found 80 meters below the start of the Roman Road, and the report estimates that they were 200-300 meters above the ground when they fell.
They both died as soon as they hit the ground, the report said.
The two Czech climbers were found lifeless at the foot of Trolley Id on Monday, July 29, after police received a message of concern and began searching for a helicopter.
The rescue company tried to recover the day later.
The two dead rock climbers were removed by Friday, August 2nd.
One man was killed after the collapse of the Troll wall
– They never reported
The two Czechs (44 and 45 years old) left their car on Thursday, July 25th and set off on a planned ascent along the Roman route to Trollwagen, the Norwegian climbing website writes.
The men agreed with the family to hear from them on Saturday when they were due to return to the car. But the next cousin had never heard from the men again, so he called emergency services on Monday morning.
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