Thiersee – A German motorcyclist (30) was critically injured in a serious accident in Thiersee on Sunday afternoon.
The woman drove around 3.40 p.m. on the L32 coming from the west in the direction of Kufstein. In a right-hand bend, she went over the roadway and then fell 25 meters over very steep forest terrain. The 30-year-old was left under her motorcycle with serious injuries. Witnesses to the accident provided first aid and alerted the rescue workers. The motorcyclist was flown to the Innsbruck Clinic with life-threatening injuries.
Bad motorcycle accident on Sunday near Thiersee: A young German driver crashed her machine and was taken to the Innsbruck clinic after the rescue. According to initial information, she is said to have suffered life-threatening injuries.
Woman was under the motorbike
The motorcyclist then fell about 25 meters over very steep forest terrain and was seriously injured under her motorbike. Witnesses to the accident immediately provided first aid and set the rescue chain in motion.
After the arrival of the Vorderthiersee volunteer fire brigade and the emergency doctor helicopter, the 30-year-old was rescued and taken to the Innsbruck clinic by helicopter with life-threatening injuries.
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