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AustraliaDrone spotted bodies after Flinders Rangers climbing tragedy

00:52  12 august  2019
00:52  12 august  2019 Source:   9news.com.au

Rock-climbing victims identified as architect and researcher after bodies discovered in Flinders Ranges

Rock-climbing victims identified as architect and researcher after bodies discovered in Flinders Ranges The bodies of two climbing partners who fell to their deaths from a remote cliff face in South Australia's Flinders Ranges were discovered with the help of an aerial drone, one of the men's friends has revealed.

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The TILT Ranger is Inkonova's rugged multi-terrain drone for special commercial and industrial missions. It carries a variety of payloads depending on the mission and has the capacity to fly, run, climb and now water-tested as well.

The bodies of two men have been found at the bottom of a cliff near Moonarie Gap in South Australia's Flinders Ranges.

Emergency services responded to reports of a climbing accident at Wilpena Pound, nearly 500km north of Adelaide, about 1pm yesterday.

Fellow climbers had raised the alarm after the campsite of the missing men, aged 64 and 44, was left unattended.

Drone spotted bodies after Flinders Rangers climbing tragedy © 9News Fellow climbers raised the alarm after the pair's campsite was left unattended.

The bodies were spotted by a drone in extremely remote and inaccessible terrain.

The retrieval operation was suspended yesterday evening and will resume today.

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