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Falling Christmas tree injures tourist in Zakopane

21.12.2019 11:53
A woman was seriously hurt after high winds toppled a 20-metre tall Christmas tree mounted in the main walk of Zakopane, Krupówki street.
Several hurt, one seriously after winds topple outdoor Christmas tree in Zakopane
Several hurt, one seriously after winds topple outdoor Christmas tree in ZakopanePAP/Jan Niedziałek

 The woman, a visitor from Hungary, was taken to hospital with a broken leg and injuries to her spine. Two other passers-by suffered lighter injuries. An investigation is currently under way into the causes of the incident. 

 The weather office issued second-degree warnings of the strong warm southern foehn wind halny which was expected to reach at least 100 kms per hour in the Podhale region, with a velocity of 176 kilometres being reported in the higher reaches of the Tatra mountains.

Source: IAR, PAP