In the Transcarpathian region on the mountain Dragobrat at the tourist ran retro, resulting in postradala the girl was in intensive care. This was reported by a friend of a hiker Lena Ivashkina on his page on the social network Facebook, reports MIGnews.com.ua.
It is known that the injured girl is now transported by ambulance to Kyiv. Her friend told terrible details of the incident.
“It was around 17:00, it was already dusk but lifts off at 17:00, so people on the slopes are still there. The guys down on the boards with chair lifts down to the hotel “Peak”, is located on the slope on the type of ski-in/ski-out, that is, people to it regularly descend from the mountains on this road,” she wrote.
According to Ivashkin, the girl stopped near the hotel to westernasia, but at this point, the snowcat began moving up towards her, though before he went down. All this happened without any sound and cautionary signals. As a result, the groomer ran over a tourist.
“Her head is almost saved by a helmet, but it did not protect the face and jaw. In the rest of the saved by a miracle, a large amount of fresh snow, and what snow groomer – the car is heavy, but the pressure on the snow surface is relatively small – of the order of 0.05 kg/cm2”, – stated in the message.
A friend of the victim said that the driver of the vehicle was, presumably, its owner Igor Borisek, which also owns the hotel “Aramina Hut”.
“He and his staff went out of the groomer to see what happened, and then we boarded the snowcat and drove away from the scene. That is, they saw what I did, but got into the groomer and just left, not helping the girl who screams and blood,” – said Ivashkina.
The injured tourist was assisted by the witnesses of the incident and also the staff of the nearby hotel and happened to be near the surgeon.
Helmet girl was sent for examination, which must show the direction of movement of the snowmobile. From the words of a friend of the injured tourists, Borisyak may try to avoid responsibility.
In fact the incident has already started criminal proceedings.