Swedes rescued from Norwegian mountain
The Local · 11 Aug 2006, 09:46
Published: 11 Aug 2006 09:46 GMT+02:00
"We had to rescue them with a helicopter, said Oddgeir Slettli, the operation's leader, to Aftonbladet. The call came in shortly before 11 pm and the reached the trio an hour later.
The three men were heading up Norway's Stetind mountain when they lost the gear and became stuck 300 metres from the top.
"They couldn't go on without the thing they dropped," said Slettli. "They were not hurt, and everything went well."