Chinese tourists rescued from mountains in southwest Norway

Four Chinese tourists, who had lost their way during a trip to a famous tourist site in southwest Norway, were found and rescued on late in the night of 7 March 2014 in a police-coordinated search operation which last several hours.

All the four, including a small child, were in good condition, Charles Boegild, chief operation officer in Rogaland Police District, told Xinhua over telephone.

“We are about to finish (the operation) very soon,” said the police officer.

The four persons would first be taken down to the parking place, from where tourists usually start their trip to the Preikestolen, one of the major tourist attractions in Norway, and then to the nearby Stavanger city, where they stay in a hotel.

Source: Xinhua

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