On Monday there were two rescue missions in the ice in the Berlin-Brandenburg region. A man with a severe hypothermia has been rescued from an iceberg in Havel, Berlin. A fire department spokesman said he was taken by boat Monday afternoon from the ice in the southwest of the capital. “The man was in mortal danger.” He was already suffering from severe hypothermia. The snowfall was about 400 meters from the west bank of the river. Howell flows between Gladio County on the west and Croscher Vance in Jehlendorf on the east.
At first, the fire department did not know how the man got off the ice. The emergency call came. After that, the person was also seen from the rescue helicopter. It is not clear how frozen Howell was at that point.
There was another fire service in the snow on Monday afternoon in Potsdam. Someone broke the ice in Holy Lake. A spokesman for the fire department said someone had covered the ice about 100 meters from the shore of the lake in the afternoon. Rescue workers were able to recover the man from the hole within minutes. According to information received on Monday, he was taken to hospital due to hypothermia.
From Tuesday it should be warm and soft
There was no sympathy for the emergency services for the visitors who witnessed the rescue operations from the collapsed snow cover. “It’s definitely negligent,” a spokesman for the fire department said.
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From Tuesday, it will be significantly hotter in the Berlin and Brandenburg region. After a snowy start to the week, it turns to snow in the morning – with temperatures ranging from two to six degrees, according to the German Meteorological Service (DWT).
According to DWT meteorologists, black snow occurs locally, sometimes even on Monday evenings. According to the forecast, the sky over Berlin and Brandenburg will be light at times on Tuesday afternoon, but it will be dry. Wednesday It should be cloudy and dry. Then the temperature rises to eight degrees. (dpa)