Media: A group of tourists from Moscow disappeared at the Dyatlov pass

A tourist group from Moscow did not return from the Dyatlov pass on time, according to the Ural edition E1.

The group consists of eight people.

“Until now, they have not returned and there is no connection with them,” a source in the security forces quotes the publication.

The regional department of the Ministry of Emergency Situations said that at the moment three tourist groups are registered at the Dyatlov pass, all of them are in touch.

Recall that a tourist group led by Igor Dyatlov died at a pass in the Northern Urals in the winter of 1959 under mysterious circumstances. There are more than a hundred versions of the death of tourists – from an accident to paranormal phenomena and tests of military equipment.

60 years after the tragedy, in order to find out the reasons for the death of the tourist group, the Prosecutor General’s Office organized an inspection due to appeals from the relatives of the victims, the interest of the media and society. From the conclusions announced by the department, it follows that the cause of the death of tourists was an avalanche and that young people, due to poor visibility, could not find the tent after they left it. He added that the question of the causes of the tragedy is closed on this.

Source: Росбалт by

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