Rakhiv rescuers rescued a tourist, who had broken her leg during the mountain trip
In the evening of August 23, a tourist, who had come to Transcarpathia from Kyiv, was injured near the Goverla Mt. in Rakhiv district. Together with a friend, she went on a three-day hike on the mountain range. While going down the Goverla in the nighttime, the tourists got lost and had to go off-road, where the 39-year-old woman broke her leg. Then, at 22:15 she called for help to the rescue service.
Officers of the mountain search and rescue unit of the village of Lazeshchyna arrived at the scene and at 23:40 found the tourist using firebombs. The woman was diagnosed with the fracture of a small tibia, the rescuers put a splint on her leg. As the residents of the capital were hurrying on the train home, they refused from hospitalization. Instead, they went to Lviv, where doctors put plaster on the woman's leg, and from there they went to Kyiv.