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British man, 25, dies in climbing accident at beauty cove in Ibiza

  • 25-year-old man, presumably British, died today in Ibiza climbing accident
  • Marks the second tragedy that hits the Spanish island in less than 24 hours
  • Allegedly he was climbing near the inlet of Pedrera from Cala d & # 39; Hort

A 25-year-old man, presumably British, died today at noon during a climbing accident at a well-known location in Ibiza.

It is the second tragedy that hit the Spanish island today after a British man was thrown out of a seventh-floor apartment building on Wednesday morning.

The police have yet to confirm his nationality, but the media of the island say he is considered British.

According to information from the 112 emergency service, he was climbing near the inlet of Pedrera of Cala d & Hort, in the municipality of Sant Josep, the area known as Atlantis.

"Apparently the young man was climbing with his partner when the accident occurred. He fell from a great height, more than 25 meters, according to various sources," says Diario de Mallorca.

A duty nurse who took care of the victim in the area until the emergency services arrived. The civilian guard asked for the police helicopter to fly over his body, but this request was later canceled when emergency workers could reach him on foot via a safety line. Local police and firefighters with the Vertical Rescue Group also went to the scene.

The 112 service brought in a psychologist to look after the relatives of the deceased.

This morning a 36-year-old man, who also had the British nationality, died after falling off the roof of a building in Sant Antoni, Ibiza.

According to the island's media, the man from the seventh floor ducked to a courtyard.

Following the incident in calle Vara del Rey, an emergency call was made to the emergency services at 2 am.

Two ambulances from 061, the vigilante and the local police, went to the stage and found the man lying on the floor.

Doctors said there was nothing they could do to save the man's life because of the serious injuries he had sustained in the fall.

At this stage, no details were given about the circumstances or whether the Brit was on vacation or lived in Ibiza.

The judicial police of the Civil Guard have taken on the investigation.

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