Monday, June 11, 2012

French tourists died while climbing Mount Batur, Bali

A tourist from France in time to climb Mount Batur, Bali, died on the slopes of Mount Batur, Bali. Death was caused shortness of breath after climbing for 4 hours.

Tourists who died while climbing the named Marlin Georgoes Jean Charles, age 60, of French origin. Marlin Jean Charles Georgoes up with the family, with the ascent starts at 4 am. Group consisted of 14 climbers. Along with three local climbers. They climbed through a common pathway ascent of Mount Batur.

When the group of climbers traveled for four hours, at an altitude of 1820 meters above sea level, Marlin Jean Charles Georgoes experience shortness of breath. Some family members along with local guides could provide breathing assistance, but life can not be helped.