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Rescue crews on Friday recovered the bodies of three students training to be Alpine guides who were caught in an avalanche along Italy’s northwest border with France, officials said.
The National Alpine Rescue Corps had suspended the search on Thursday due to bad weather after the avalanche in the Val di Rhemes, near the Gran Paradiso range of Valle d’Aosta.
AVALANCHE KILLS 6, INCLUDING MOUNTAIN GUIDES IN FRENCH ALPS
Val di Rhemes mountains are seen in Valle d’Aosta, Italy, on Sept. 01, 2021. An avalanche at the Val di Rhemes killed three students training to become Alpine guides. (Roberto Carnevali/REDA&CO/Universal Images Group via Getty Images)
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Rescuers resumed the operation Friday and located the bodies, which were brought to Aosta for formal identification, the corps said in a series of tweets.
The three students of the national council of Italian Alpine guides were on a training run when the avalanche hit, the corps said. Their teacher-guide also was caught in the avalanche but survived and sounded the alarm.