Two Spanish cavers trapped in mountain ravine die
April 6 , 2015
Two cavers from Spain died after they were trapped for several days in a 400-meter deep mountain ravine in Morocco.
One caver has been rescued from the Atlas mountain ravine, but two others succumbed to their injuries before they could be pulled out.
The rescued man, Juan Bolivar, is believed to be suffering from post traumatic stress and hypothermia. The ones who died were identified as Gustavo Virues and Jose Antonio Martinez.