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Austrian Police: – Nordmann died after après-ski activities

Austrian Police: – Nordmann died after après-ski activities


  • A 25-year-old Norwegian died in an accident in St. Anton am Arlberg in Austria on Wednesday night.
  • He is said to have fallen 50 meters down a cliff after climbing a wall.
  • The accident happened after he was skating with his teammates.
  • The nightclub he was in is cooperating with police in the investigation.

The 25-year-old Norwegian is said to have taken part in après-ski with a group of mates in the village of St. Anton am Arlberg on Tuesday evening.

The man's colleagues are said to have left the après-ski site at 6pm on Tuesday evening, while the 25-year-old stayed behind.

When he did not show up at the hotel the next day, they reportedly raised the alarm and called the police, according to Austrian National Radio. ORF.

He fell 50 metres

Police believe the 25-year-old scaled a wall and fell 50 meters down a steep cliff on the east side of the pub. The accident occurred on Wednesday night, according to ORF.

He was found dead at around 1.20 pm on Wednesday, police in the state of Tyrol wrote. press release.

Dagbladet has been in contact with the Foreign Ministry, which said it was investigating the matter.

St. Anton am Arlberg, commonly known as St. Anton, is one of the most popular ski resorts in the Alps and is famous for its magnificent mountains and legendary après-ski.

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Barin: – Tragic

Dagbladet has been in contact with the relevant bar where the man was involved that night, MooserWirt.

General Manager Eugene Scalet says they are working closely with police to find out what happened and that they don't know the details of the incident either.

However, they clarified that the fall did not happen at the bar, but perhaps outside.

– We would like to express our deepest condolences to the relatives and friends of the deceased – it is a tragic loss of a young life, writes the bar in an email to Dagbladet.

Scalet says they don't have any surveillance cameras that might have captured the incident.

– None of the employees remembers that he or one of his friends was there. I'm afraid it's been a very busy day.

Dagbladet has also been in contact with local police, who have not yet been able to comment.