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Ukrainian tourists fell through ice in Polish Tatras

Source : 112 Ukraine

Ukrainians decided to walk along the lake and fell into the water about 10 meters from the shore
20:56, 4 January 2021

Lake Morskie Oko
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Tourists from Ukraine fell through the ice at Lake Morskie Oko, which is located in the Tatra National Park in Poland. Fortunately, no one needed hospitalization. This was reported by the TVN24 channel.

Despite the ban on going on the ice, Ukrainians decided to walk along the lake and fell into the water about 10 meters from the shore. 

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As it became known, tourists were not injured as a result of the fall and managed to land alone.

According to the administration of the national park, the ice at Lake Morskie Oko is too thin. Therefore, all tourists and local residents are urged not to be in danger and not to go to the frozen surface.

As we reported earlier, in Turkey, Muğla Province, a 25-year-old Ukrainian Khrystyna Novitska was found dead at the villa.

It is noted that she was found sitting in the armchair handcuffed with a plastic bag on her head. Currently, the Turkish police consider the variant of suicide as all locks of the villa were locked from the inside; the windows have iron bars and there was no mess in the house. The forensic examination continues.

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