Krenglbach: successful search for a lost woman near a zoo



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Successful search for a lost woman near a zoo in Krenglbach
Photo: Matthias Lauber

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Aug 20

18:40
2018


by Lauber Matthias
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Krenglbach. In Krenglbach (district Wels-Land) Monday afternoon a large-scale search for an outgoing, demented woman, starting at a zoo. Two fire brigades, numerous search and rescue dogs were in action. The woman had left since 11:00 in the morning. First, family members went in search of the missing person and in the afternoon the emergency services were alerted. After she was called into the media, it became clear that the woman had apparently been observed on her way to Gunskirchen. That is why they wanted to continue from the last observation. While the emergency services were on their way home, the positive news came that the woman in Gunskirchen was apparently unharmed by an ambulance. The woman was taken to the clinic in Wels for control.

Update from the police:

A 64-year-old from the district of Vöcklabruck was abruptly reported by her husband on 20 August 2018 at 3 pm. He visited the Schmiding zoo with his wife and granddaughter. When he went to the toilet with his granddaughter at about 11 o'clock, his wife left the zoo unnoticed. A search at the zoo and in the neighborhood was not successful. The police Krenglbach a search was started. The Krenglbach and Haiding fire brigades, the WCC dog squadron and the ÖRD rescue hound squad were requested to search. The 64-year-old could not be found. Due to a radio announcement, the police were informed at 17:30 that the person was seen in Gunskirchen around 4 pm. The 64-year-old was found unharmed at 6 pm by a Red Cross crew in Gunskirchen. She was taken to the Wels clinic for control.

Source: www.laumat.at / LPD Upper Austria


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