He was canyoning in a group when one of his legs became trapped in the ravine of the Trévelez River, in La Taha, Granada. His companions could do little to help him except call Emergency 112, which immediately activated the Special Mountain Intervention Rescue Group (GREIM) of the Civil Guard.
The accident occurred at 5:00 p.m. yesterday Sunday in an area near the Hoya rappel, in La Taha. It was then that a complicated rescue began that concluded today with the release of the canyon climber's body.
It was Emergencies 112, a service attached to the Ministry of the Presidency, Interior, Social Dialogue and Administrative Simplification of the Junta de Andalucía, which activated the Health Emergency Center 061 and the Civil Guard and the GREIM after receiving a call reporting the event: A group of people practiced canyoning when one of them got his leg stuck in the ravine of the Trévelez River. His companions could not free him.
It was today that, as the Civil Guard points out, the lifeless body of the injured man was recovered.