After the deadly glacier accident on the Marmolada in northern Italy, another demolition threatened on the highest mountain in the Dolomites. A hut owner sounded the alarm after hearing a loud rumble, according to the Autonomous Province of Trento. The authorities controlled the area from the air. A video released on Sunday showed a fissure about 200 meters long and between 25 and 35 meters wide.
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The area has been closed to hikers since the July 3 accident, which killed a total of eleven people. At that time, ice, snow and rubble broke away and buried people under themselves. A man and a woman from Germany were injured.