An Albanian cave in Transylvania suffered an accident
The Hungarian cave suffered an accident, which was saved on Saturday from the caves of the Szolcsvai Blossoming Caves in Transylvania, said the agerpres news agency, the mountain and cave rescue workers in the White County.
The 30-year-old Hungarian cave woman tried to run through three cavalry caves in the Szolcsvai Blast Path, but suffered a four-foot fall. The cave woman was able to get out of the cave in a cold (hypothermic) condition. He was delivered to the Emergency Department of the hospital in Gyulafehérvár. Rescue services were also made available to Cihar, Cluj and Arad County cave rescue workers, but they did not need to be helped.
On the website of the Rumanian Mountain Rescue Service, he reported that the group, which was also a member of the cave who was the victim of the accident, came without permission to the cave that was blocked by grids.
The cave of the Szolcsvai Blizzard in the Torockó Mountains is one of the largest caves in Romania. Its 1.2 km long passage flows through the Solothurn Stream, which falls under several underground waterfalls. In the cave, Europe's largest bat population is estimated to be estimated at 84,000.