American visitor dies while climbing Mt. Batur

A 70-year-old Californian named Robert S. Evans handed away yesterday after climbing Mt. Batur in Kintamani, Bangli together with his mountaineering group, authorities confirmed. 

It has been reported that the sufferer was possible too exhausted whereas touring again down the slope earlier than falling at round 7am.

Bangli Police spokesman I Wayan Sarta stated that the sufferer climbed up Mt. Batur at round 3:30am yesterday with three different foreigners, in addition to three guides. They arrived on the peak of the mountain and took photos of the idyllic dawn at round 5:30am.

They later climbed down at round 7am and sooner or later Evans misplaced his stability and fell some 50 meters down the slope.

“[We suspected that the victim] was drained and didn’t take note of his tracks so he fell,” stated Sarta.

One of many guides, Made Wage, and a gaggle member, Travis Steven Comeau, 31, a medical physician, discovered Evans and tried to resuscitate him however to no avail. 

Evans’ physique was later delivered to the Bangli Hospital at round 11.30am. It was later confirmed that he had suffered heavy blows on his cranium, in addition to damaged ribs and bruised knees.

The Bangli Police confirmed that there was no indication of foul play in Evans’ dying. 

In line with Jero Kamu Darsana, a consultant of the Bangli Mt. Batur Information Group, the sufferer reportedly misplaced his stability after making an attempt to take off his shirt whereas mountaineering down as a result of he couldn’t deal with the warmth.

Darsana additionally stated that Comeau instructed the group that Evans had an current coronary heart drawback previous to his dying.

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