A man in his 20s went skiing from Hugulia to Spatind in Nordre Land on Friday afternoon. There he became anti-climatic. Two Red Cross snowmobile patrolmen went to help the man.
They drove from Leningen in Ednetal.
A pedal engine from Leiningen also contributed, but had to be turned away due to weather.
A skier and crew from the Red Cross have entered a cabin at the top of Spatind due to extremely strong winds and snow. They are waiting to return to Leiningen until the weather improves.
– They are fine, they have entered the cabin there, says Mats Amot, head of mission at the police in Inlandate.
The crew from the Red Cross and the skier will stay in the cabin at the top of Spadint until daylight and the weather improves.
At Synnfjellet there is a chamber associated with conservation at the top of the mountain. The Red Cross has legal permission to do this, so they stay there safely until they get down the mountain. A team from the Oppland Red Cross came to the skier’s aid.
– He is being given hot food and drink and is being looked after by the rescue team, says Aamod.
He also says that the visibility at the top was so poor that they could not see the cabin 20 meters away from it.
– It is good that they have recovered, these are very difficult situations, he says.
He lost the note and the car
A car driver was stopped in Hamar around one o’clock on Saturday night.
The police decided to stop the car during a routine check. The man behind the wheel was heavily intoxicated. He was arrested and charged with drunken driving.
The police also opted to isolate the car to prevent further use.
Difficult driving conditions
The E6 over Dovrefjell was closed on Friday evening and there are problems in several mountain areas.
The E16 through Begnadalen was closed in both directions on Friday due to extremely slippery road surfaces. Many wagon trains regularly encountered major problems.
The road has since been opened to traffic, but it is still slippery, so all those traveling there are asked to drive carefully.
On Saturday morning, the road was reportedly closed at Muketalan from 7.30 to 9.00 a.m. due to the recovery of a truck train.
North Korea launched a missile
On the last day of this year, North Korea launched three short-range missiles. The missiles fell into the Sea of Japan outside of Japan’s EEZ. Public officials in South Korea, the Japanese Defense Ministry and the Japanese Coast Guard have reported this.
According to South Korean news agency Yonhap, the country has launched about 70 ballistic missiles on 38 separate occasions this year, including Saturday’s test.
WHO Asks China for Corona Transparency
In a meeting with Chinese officials, the World Health Organization (WHO) urged the country to continue sharing information about the coronavirus with the international community. At the meeting, WHO asked for more information on the corona situation in China, while China is providing expert assistance and support.
Official and confirmed figures showed around 5,500 infections and one coronary-related death in the past 24 hours on Friday. On Saturday, only one death was reported in the country in the last 24 hours. British health risk firm Airfinity believes 9,000 people a day are dying from the coronavirus in China.
Highway 7 is open to traffic – still very slippery
National highway 7 between Flå and Nesbyen is open to traffic after a collision between two buses and seven cars last night, but people still have to get out of their cars. Marita Bakkebø, transport operator at Vegtrafikksentralen South, said stretches of the road were spread and salted, but urged people to leave their cars.
– He told the NDP last night that those who can postpone car travel should do so.
Two buses and seven cars collided on National Highway 7 at Broma in Nespion, Hallingdale last night. No one was seriously injured in the incident.
Ap senior will consider replacing Støre
Senior party leader and union leader Torbjörn Bongo says he believes the Labor Party should assess whether Jonas Kahr Storr is the right person for party leadership.
Bongo, head of the Norwegian Association of Officials and Experts (NOF), tells Klaskampen that he believes Storr has been a weak leader at times, and that this is part of the explanation for why things are going so badly for both Labor and the government. . He does not believe in periods of crisis as an explanation for weak readings.
– It is not a law of nature that it is undesirable to be a leader in a difficult situation. We have many examples to the contrary, he says. Bongo mentions Donje Brenna, Raymond Johansson and Hadia Tajik as candidates for the party leadership.
Barbara Walters is dead
Barbara Walters, American journalist, television legend and pioneer, has died at the age of 93. In 1976, she made headlines when she became the first female anchor of the ABC News evening news.
In a career that spanned five decades at NBC and later ABC, he earned twelve Emmy Awards, including eleven over three decades of work at ABC.
May adored by the king of queens
Queen guitarist Brian May has been knighted by King Charles and can now call himself Sir.
– Now when I say Brian on the phone more people than usual listen to me, not just the guitarist, says May. He plays many strings. He is an astrophysicist and animal rights activist.
“Music geek. Coffee lover. Devoted food scholar. Web buff. Passionate internet guru.”