Relatives reported the Belgian missing in Tyrolean Schwaz on Saturday evening after they last had contact with him on November 2nd. The police helicopter crew discovered the man during the search operation, according to the control center and Tyrolean police.
Mountain rescue and police began a search for the Belgian on Saturday evening, but it was interrupted because of the darkness. The man was finally found in the Vomperloch area on Sunday morning. On October 29th he set out from Scharnitz (Innsbruck-Land district) to cross the Karwendel. On November 2nd, relatives had telephone contact with the hiker for the last time; they reported him missing to the police in Schwaz on Saturday evening around 8:30 p.m.
Exhausted but responsive
The hiker was very exhausted but responsive, reported ORF Radio Tirol, citing the Schwaz mountain rescue service. He is said to have been severely hypothermic and suffered an injury to his leg. The Belgian was immediately taken to the hospital in Schwaz. At first little was known about what happened. Winter conditions are currently prevailing in the area, last night was cold and there was also snowfall.
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