Countdown für Bergung

VN Titelblatt / 18.06.2014 • 23:13 Uhr / 1 Minuten Lesezeit
This screenshot from a video provided by the Bavarian Mountain Rescue Service on Tuesday June 17, 2014 shows rescuers transporting cave explorer Johann Westhauser in Riesending cave near Marktschellenberg near Berchtesgarden, Germany, Germany’s mountain rescue service says it could complete the rescue of the injured cave researcher from the country’s deepest cave on Thursday or Friday as experts make good progress through the labyrinth’s passages and shafts. Johann Westhauser suffered head injuries nearly 1,000 meters (3,280 feet) underground in the Riesending cave system, in the Alps near the Austrian border, on June 8. (AP Photo/BRK Bergwacht Bayern). EDITORIAL USE ONLY - MANDATORY CREDIT
This screenshot from a video provided by the Bavarian Mountain Rescue Service on Tuesday June 17, 2014 shows rescuers transporting cave explorer Johann Westhauser in Riesending cave near Marktschellenberg near Berchtesgarden, Germany, Germany’s mountain rescue service says it could complete the rescue of the injured cave researcher from the country’s deepest cave on Thursday or Friday as experts make good progress through the labyrinth’s passages and shafts. Johann Westhauser suffered head injuries nearly 1,000 meters (3,280 feet) underground in the Riesending cave system, in the Alps near the Austrian border, on June 8. (AP Photo/BRK Bergwacht Bayern). EDITORIAL USE ONLY – MANDATORY CREDIT

Stück für Stück arbeitet sich das Rettungsteam mit dem verletzten Höhlenforscher Johann Westhauser ans Ziel. Doch die letzte Etappe hat es noch einmal in sich. Etwa 180 Meter geht es senkrecht nach oben. /D10 Foto: AP

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