Bad weather, bad communication and a demanding terrain made it very difficult for police and health personnel to reach the place. Although it is only between three and four kilometers in the airline to the nearest road, the trip took several hours. The weather conditions meant it was impossible for a helicopter to fly in, and both an ambulance helicopter and a rescue helicopter had to turn around and health personnel had to get on foot.
When the emergency services finally arrived a little before 22 o’clock it was decided that the shot-injured man would be carried out from the area of assistants from the Red Cross. The plan was to carry him down to a water and carry him by boat to the nearest roadway.
“This will take time, declared the Southeastern Police District in the 22.30 on Wednesday night.
In total, 18 Red Cross crews were sent out with four ATVs and a boat. One hour later, they reported that the hunter was taken on by Sea King, and that the crews who had helped were on their way back and that the action was to end when the crew were out of the mountain.