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Relief after a search of a unique size: Finding missing Julia (8) "is like a miracle"

2021-10-13T04:15:00.407Z

After the missing Julia was found, the relief in the Cham district is "limitless". This was preceded by the largest cross-border search operation in the region.



After the missing Julia was found, the relief in the Cham district is "limitless".

This was preceded by the largest cross-border search operation in the region.

Update from October 12th, 8:56 pm:

There are now new details about the "miracle" in the Bavarian and Bohemian Forest: According to information from the German press agency, the missing Julia was on Tuesday (October 12th) around 1:35 pm in an impassable area A Czech forester found a piece of wood in a bush that was involved in the search. The girl did not draw attention to herself, but was approachable and outwardly unharmed - but completely exhausted and severely hypothermic. Where Julia is now medically cared for, the authorities did not want to say with reference to privacy. According to the

picture

, the parents are on their way to see their daughter.

Police spokesman Florian Beck was extremely relieved after Julia's discovery.

"One or two tears flowed there," he told Bayerischer Rundfunk.

To

picture he

said: “I think you could definitely call it a miracle and I can't remember anything comparable in my police career that was so nerve-wracking and ended up with such a positive result.

So I'm just incredibly relieved myself. "

Missing Julia found in a huge search operation after two icy nights in the forest

First report from October 12th:

Waldmünchen / Cerchov - When it seemed almost too late, the redeeming news came: Julia was found! On Sunday (October 10th) the eight-year-old girl from Berlin disappeared without a trace while hiking with her family in the Bavarian-Czech border region *. Since then, German and Czech police officers have combed the impassable forest area around the Cerchov (Schwarzkopf) mountain, about two kilometers behind the border - for a long time without success. The search came to a happy end early on Tuesday afternoon, also because more and more volunteers were taking part in the largest cross-border search in the region.

On Tuesday morning, police spokesman Josef Weindl told the

Passauer Neue Presse

on Tuesday

: "The girl's chances are falling by the hour." The words "great news" begin: "The little girl has been tracked down, she will now be handed over to the paramedics."

Missing Julia found after "many hours of worry" in the Czech Republic


Chams District Administrator Franz Löffler thanked the numerous emergency services on the German and Czech side for their tireless efforts: “Many hours of anxiety and uncertainty are now over and thank God the search has ended positively.

The police and all the aid organizations involved carried out an absolutely professional search, also in cooperation with the Czech authorities.

Weather and terrain presented them all with great challenges. "


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Around 1,400 helpers, some of them voluntary, spent days looking for the missing Julia.

The weather made the search more difficult.

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On the German side, the Bavarian Police, the Federal Police, various fire departments, the DLRG, THW, Johanniter, Maltese and numerous dog handlers from all over Bavaria were in action.

The Cham district association of the Bavarian Red Cross (BRK) also worked for one and a half days with strong forces in the Furth im Wald area to take part in the 1,400-strong search for the eight-year-old girl from Berlin.

The team consisted largely of volunteers.

“It is a miracle that we managed to find the child,” said civil protection and operations manager Tobias Muhr.

Missing Julia found after almost three days in the Czech forest near Ceska Kubice


According to Czech media reports, the eight-year-old girl was found near the town of Ceska Kubice by a ranger who knew the area. About four kilometers from the place where she was lost, he found her in the grass in the middle of the forest. Julia is probably uninjured, but severely hypothermic and is now being treated medically, explains Florian Beck, spokesman for the Upper Palatinate police headquarters *. When she was found, she was approachable.

BRK President Theo Zellner thanked all the other helpers after the search for missing persons for their self-sacrificing commitment - “regardless of which organization they belong to!” The cooperation would have worked extremely well, also and especially with the Czech Republic, he explained.

The whole region feared with the girl's family.

The joy that the child had been found could hardly be put into words.

(jo) * Merkur.de / bayern is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA

List of rubric lists: © NEWS5 / Bauernfeind

Source: merkur

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