An avalanche in the Alps kills 6 people

At least six people were killed and eight injured following an avalanche in the Alps in Italy.

The rescue center of Veneto explained that the accident occurred on Monte Marmolata, where a large part of the glacier broke off and fell into the valley, and also collided with the road leading up to the mountain, which is three thousand and 343 meters high, where many people climbed.

It should be noted that the Marmolada glacier is the largest in the mountain range of the Alps, and is located on the northern side of the Marmolada.