A man from Treviso was rescued by 118 and taken to the San Martino hospital
BRIDGE IN THE ALPS. He slips into a gorge and hits his head. At around 11.30 the Longarone Alpine Rescue was alerted for an accident that occurred in the Valmaggiore gorge, in Ponte nelle Alpi, where a hiker, who was walking along the gorge together with a group of enthusiasts, had slipped halfway through the path, hitting his head. At first the man, PZ 54, from Valdobbiadene (TV), did not seem to have suffered serious consequences and had managed with his companions to go up to the meadow above, but then accused a malaise linked to the probable head trauma reported. On the spot, a team of rescuers ready to intervene in support of the Suem di Pieve di Cadore helicopter, which recovered the injured person with the winch and transported him to the Belluno hospital. The gorge group of the Veneto Alpine and Speleological Rescue has also been activated. The air ambulance then flew to Sovramonte, for a hiker who had suffered a suspected trauma to her ankle while with two other people she was at the Forcella delle Cavalade, above the Dal Piaz refuge. EC, 31 years old, from Mestre (VE), was identified, embarked in hovering and accompanied to the Feltre hospital. Around noon the helicopter of the Aiut Alpin Dolomites of Bolzano was instead sent to Rocca Pietore, at the Falier Refuge, as a woman who was on board a tourist helicopter had felt ill and the vehicle had landed to allow her to receive rescue.