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Tourist found skeletal remains under Slavkovský štít

Under the Slavkovský štít peak in the High Tatras, a tourist discovered skeletal remains. He reported this to the police on Wednesday, September 19, and the police asked the Mountain Rescue Service for help.

Under the Slavkovský štít peak in the High Tatras, a tourist discovered skeletal remains. He reported this to the police on Wednesday, September 19, and the police asked the Mountain Rescue Service for help.

The remains were found over a blue marked tourist path on the south side of Slavkovský štít. Police officers – together with mountain rescuers, coroners and the man who made the discovery - packed the skeletal remains together with the remaining clothes and brought them back to the municipality of Starý Smokovec for further examination, the Mountain Rescue Service informed the SITA newswire.

(Source: SITA)
Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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