Six dead in avalanche as shards of glacier fall hours after Alpine peak hits record temperature


Six dead and ten missing in Italian Alps avalanche as shards of glacier fall just hours after temperatures hit a record 50F

  • Group of tourists struck by falling shards of glacier ice as peak hits record heat
  • Six killed and eight injured in shocking accident at Dolomite summit Marmolada
  • Ten are still missing, with five helicopters and dog units combing the mountain 
  • The risk of further collapses remains, Alpine Rescue officials confirmed
  • An eyewitness said: ‘We heard a very loud…



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