A 62-year-old man died on Monday May 30, in the middle of the afternoon, in Lacarry-Arhan-Charritte-de-Haut, near Licq-Atherey, in Soule.
It is believed to be a paraglider that was found in a tree. The specialist firefighters in hazardous environments were able to lower the blockage at fifteen meters. Despite all efforts by emergency services, the SMUR doctor declared the man dead on the spot.
We don't know the full details of the paraglider flight. This intervention was made possible by the Dragon 64 civil security helicopter.