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A tourist from Lower Austria is missing in Bali

When the waves were high, a tourist went into the water and was swept away by the ocean. Other vacationers wanted to save him. The man was rescued, but two other men were swept away.

Nusa Penida / Indonesia. Many tourists enjoyed the day at Diamond Beach on the small island of Nusa Penida off Bali. One tourist went into the water despite the high swell and was immediately swept away by the ocean. Witnesses watched his fight in the water and wanted to help, including the Austrian.

The man was rescued, but two vacationers were not seen after the rescue attempt. Including the Austrian millimetera businessman from Lower Austria, as reported by local media.

This actually happened on Tuesday, January 3rd. A water rescue party was soon informed and a search for the two men the next day – to no avail. The missing person was confirmed by “Kron. It,” a spokeswoman for the Foreign Ministry.

“The search and rescue operation for the missing is still ongoing. We are in contact with the local authorities through our embassy in Jakarta and the Austrian honorary consulate in Bali,” a spokeswoman for the Foreign Ministry said. Gabriel Gwen.

The police have been searching for days

According to German media reports, the head of the local emergency services said, chakra negraVacationers were swept away by the strong current. It happened during heavy waves at Diamond Beach in Nusa Penida. “We are continuing to search for them. But it is raining, strong winds are blowing and the waves are high. Investigators are still questioning witnesses and victims about the incident,” they said.

Just two days later, on January 4, a speedboat with six crew members and 23 passengers on board capsized and sank. Fortunately, all passengers were rescued and there were no injuries.

The island of Nusa Penida is located southeast of Bali in Indonesia and is the region of the same name in the province of Klungkung. The island has become increasingly popular with tourists in recent years. There are the Instagram hotspots Kelingking Beach and Angel’s Billabong.

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