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19 September 2013 :: 08:09:16 am 78374

Mountain Bikers Stuck In A Mud Pit!

The German mountain biker was stuck in a mud pit for three hours before Sawangboriboon rescue teams were able to help him out.
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PATTAYA – September 17, 2013 [Pattaya Daily News]; at about 1:30 PM Sawangboriboon rescue foundation’s radio received a report that a mountain biker had fallen in a mud pit near the Maprachan Reservoir. Rescue team quickly rushed to the scene of the incident.

At the scene of incident Mr. Wolf Mindertahn, 69 years old German citizen in a yellow sports cyclist clothing along with a White Mountain bike worth 100,000, was found in a 1 meter deep mud pit near the reservoir.

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4-5 rescue officials used a rope and flat boards to assist Mr. Wolf out from the mud. They were successful in assisting to rescue both Mr. Wolf and his expensive bike. Mr.Wolf did not receive any injury but felt a little weak. This entire rescue mission took about almost one hour.

Mr. Wolf claims that he and a British friend was driving their bikes together, while separating ways Mr. Wolf saw grasslands but did not notice that there was a mud pit in front, he unfortunately drove into it and fell. The other cyclist were unable to help the therefore called for rescue.

Reporter : Samart   Photo : Samart   Category : Community News

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