Greece: deaths of three tourists in one week, two French women untraceable – LINFO.re

Greece: deaths of three tourists in one week, two French women untraceable – LINFO.re
Greece: deaths of three tourists in one week, two French women untraceable – LINFO.re

In Greece, three tourists were found dead over the past week, as the country faces unseasonable heat. In addition, three other tourists, including two French women, are missing.

Heat

Sunday June 16, on the island of Corfu, the body of a 55-year-old American tourist was discovered, bringing to three the number of foreign tourists found dead in Greece over the past week. At the same time, according to the local press, search operations were underway to find three other foreign tourists on different Greek islands. Most of these visitors had undertaken hikes despite the oppressive heat, knowing that the heatwave is affecting the entire country, report French media like BFMTV. The body, found at sea near the port of Mathraki, was transferred to Corfu hospital for an autopsy. The 50-year-old was on vacation in Mathraki, and locals had last seen him in a cafe last Tuesday.

> Also read: Shipwreck in Greece: discovery of the bodies of three missing little girls

The other victims

Famous British TV doctor Michael Mosley was found dead on June 9 on the island of Symi, followed by the discovery of the body of a 74-year-old Dutch tourist on the island of Samos on Saturday. The latter was found using a fire brigade drone, lying in a ravine near his last known location. Two French women, aged 73 and 64, have also been missing since Friday on the island of Sikinos, while another tourist is missing on the island of Amorgos.

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