At Least Six Die in Glacier Collapse in Italy’s Dolomites


At least six people died and eight were injured after a chunk of a glacier collapsed in Italy’s Alps on Sunday, said Walter Milan, a spokesman for Italy’s National Alpine and Speleological Rescue Corps.

A deluge of snow, ice and rock on the Marmolada mountain group, the tallest of the Dolomites, overran the easiest route to a summit, where a number of hikers were rope climbing, the emergency service for the Veneto region posted on Twitter.

The victims’ names and nationalities were not…



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