Rescue operations are underway for three missing people in Tokegazelet in Guam Municipality in Hortanger.
The police action center received on Sunday 24.10.21 21.33 news about three adults taken by the river current in the eastern part of Langvotnevatnet in Kvamskogen via AMK.
The three men and a dog are said to have tried to cross the river at the point where the river crosses by boat.
Emergency service officials feared the boat had capsized One waterfall, and three ended up in the water.
Ronald Trotskinswig, a police commander at the West 110 Exchange, tells Dockbladet that they have great resources.
– Both Divers and USAR crew were dispatched to the site, but are currently unable to enter the river. He says the water supply is high.
The incident was reported to the fire department at 9.30pm. The caller saw the boat’s power cut off. The NTB said the incident took place around 9pm.
All emergency services moved to the scene and were immediately notified to the main rescue center in southern Norway.
– Air ambulance and rescue helicopter were also sent to the site, but later had to return due to air conditions. The Western Police District reports that heavy rain and fog have been reported in the area.
Red Cross volunteers, rescue workers and a climbing team are on site.
The Norwegian rescue dogs have six rescue dogs and functional management, they report on Twitter.
Pictures of the site show firefighters lighting up the river.
Police Commander Trotskyswick He says there is a significant fall in the waterfall, but he does not know how big this fall is.
– We have set up tracking posts wherever possible. Heat-seeking cameras have also been used, and we have sent drones from Bergen.
Kvam’s mayor, Torgeir Næss, is not currently available for comment.
– Now the rescue mission is going on, he tells Docbladet.
– How would you describe the weather in Guam?
– It was wet, but nothing unusual.
West Police District writes in a press release at 23.10 that three people are still missing.
A major recovery operation is now underway on the site under search conditions.
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