Rescuers save two tourists stuck at Kuro peak in Kazbegi
Rescuers have saved two Georgian tourists in Kazbegi today who were stuck at the 3200-meter Kuro peak.
One of them had health problems and was unable to walk.
The Kazbegi rescue team set out and was accompanied by a Border Police helicopter. Both rescuers were then brought to a safe location. Neither of the hikers are in a critical condition, Agenda.ge reported.
Kuro Peak is a mountain in the Georgian region of Kazbegi, with an elevation of 3342 meters.