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Greece: Tourist Rescued after Falling Off High Cliff

September 22, 2022

ATHENS – A 42-year-old woman, a tourist visiting the island of Paxi, has been rescued and taken to hospital for injuries sustained during a fall from a cliff several metres high. According to an announcement by Greek authorities on Thursday, her condition does not give cause for concern.

An EMAK search and rescue team and a SuperPuma helicopter were sent to the island to carry out the rescue after the 42-year-old foreign national fell on Wednesday, due to the dangerous terrain, and successfully retrieved her in a carefully planned operation.

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