As the Landes-Medienzentrum reported on Monday evening, the Glemmtal in Pinzgau will not be available on the street from 19:00 h. The L111 is blocked from the Maishofen junction for safety reasons. This is also Saalbach-Hinterglemm isolated from the outside world. More than 41,000 people have been "snowed" since Monday night in the province of Salzburg.
And among these 41,000 is also at least a celebrity. Because Baywatch star David Hasselhoff is currently in Saalbach and has posted a video of the city. "The Hoff" enters a bathrobe with a cap in the snow and tries to reach the whirlpool. Meanwhile, he promotes his upcoming concert well on Thursday at Walleggalm. "Everybody comes to my show on Thursday," he says. Halfway, but he gives up. "Oh, my God, I was going to the jacuzzi, but I can not do this, I'm doomed frozen!" He laughs. Well … this is not Malibu beach, David.
Numerous places in Salzburg have
On Monday morning, the places Obertauern, Unken, Lofer, St. Martin, Weissbach and Rauris were no longer accessible by vehicles. At 18 hours, the municipalities of Tweng and Grossarl and Hüttschlag in Grossarltal were added due to new roadblocks. Also in Krimmler Tauernhaus there were still five people arrested. The care of the affected, including the doctors, was assured, he said. Late Monday afternoon around 150 Salzburg AG customers were out of power.
Around 5:00 p.m., there was also the Tauern (A10) between the Carinthian border and the Flachau junction in both directions, probably for several hours locked, because the trucks were repeatedly arrested. Even the railway routes were not passable due to the danger of the avalanche: between Golling-Abtenau and Werfen and between Saalfelden and St. Johann in Tirol and between Stainach-Irdning and Bischofshofen.
About 300 army soldiers and 520 volunteer firefighters participated in the fight against the snow masses on Monday. About 100 volunteer firefighters from the Flachgau disaster train supported colleagues in the district of Traunstein, Bavaria, especially when working with roofs, and also helped 21 water rescues from Salzburg.
Three killed in Salzburg
The three dead, who have been killed since the beginning of time capers, are a couple of hunters with 23 and 28 years of age who were snowshoeing in Abtenau on January 5 for a wild feed and was shed by an avalanche as well a 47-year-old worker who was demolished today in Faistenau while snow covered an avalanche of roof.
Glinnpflich an end of avalanche ended on Monday night in Obertauern. The city's avalanche had left a steep slope behind a hotel and reached the back of the building with its buttresses. No one was injured. The flat slope between the slope and the house had been closed days ago. According to police, a 32-year-old Czech snowboarder and ski instructor in Obertauern caused an avalanche during snow skiing outdoors early Monday afternoon. The foot of the avalanche spread across the back of another hotel up to ten feet high. There were no injuries. The 32-year-old is reported after the conclusion of the investigation into suspected negligence, police said in a transmission.