COMNA – Slovenian mountains were lost among Croatian mountaineers. A 42-year-old Zagreb mountain guide, a member of the Runolist Alpine Society, died on Monday afternoon near the Triglav Lakes Nikola Kezele (42). According to preliminary information, he was struck by a stroke and was found dead on the spot, the Croatian media said.
"He went to the Triglav lakes with his wife, daughter, daughter and her child. Suddenly it happened, there was no help for him – he said Jutarnji list said President Runolista Ante Tonci Bulicic. He described the deceased as a relatively experienced mountaineer.
Before he lost consciousness, he fell ill, breathing heavily. He was transported by helicopter to Bohinj. According to the Slovenian police, relatives were escorted to the valley by Bohinj mountain rescuers.
Just over a week ago, the Croatian lost his balance by leaving Triglav Slaven Sučević (49) and fell deep into Planika. Next to him was his son (15), who saw his father fall to a depth of about a hundred feet.