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- Today in History
- 1999 An avalanche hit the village of Galtur, Austria, killing more than 30 people. 2006 The snow-covered roof of a large Moscow market collapses, killing at least 66.
- Tuesday February 24, 2015
- 1999 --- A massive avalanche in the Austrian Alps buries homes and kills 13 people in Valzur. The avalanche came only one day after an avalanche in the neighboring village of Galtur killed 25 people.
- On this day: First televised general election
- 1999: An avalanche destroyed the Austrian village of Galtür, killing 31 people. 2007: A train derailed on an evening express service near Grayrigg, Cumbria, England, killing one person and injuring 22 others. 2008: Steve Wright, 49, who murdered five ...
- Ischgl is a ski resort with real star quality and that's the Blunt truth
- Just 90 minutes from Innsbruck, pretty alpine villages such as neighbouring Galtur and Mathon pepper the Paznaun valley, but Ischgl is the undisputed centre of attention.
- Thousands of British skiers trapped in Austria after 10ft snowfall
- Next door in Galtur, avalanche investigators using helicopters to study the slopes say there is a high risk of an avalanche. And, in St Anton, tourism boss Martin Ebster confirmed all roads in and out of the resort are closed. Avalanche warning service ...
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