Three Dutch people died in the Swiss Alps, most likely from an avalanche. The mountaineers had been reported missing a few days ago.
It concerns two men aged 32 and 40 and a 30-year-old woman. They had moved into the mountains in the Swiss canton of Valais when they went missing. They were last heard from on Thursday evening.
The trio planned to climb Mount Grosshorn on Friday. Saturday afternoon the alarm was sounded. The three Dutchmen were found on Sunday morning at the foot of the Jegi glacier, the Swiss police reported.
According to the Swiss authorities, the Dutch lived in the neighboring canton of Bern. The Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs has not yet been able to determine the death of the alpinists.
Source: NU by www.nu.nl.
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