The fire department has little or no hope that the body of the missing Belgian adventurer Marc Sluszny, Thursday disappeared during a duikpartij in the south of France, still found. “Bodies usually are not at the top of the Font Estramar,” says a local firefighter.
The 56-year-old Sluszny hit Thursday went missing during a duikpartij in the cave in Salses-le-Château, near Perpignan. The adventurer was with a colleague at a depth of 125 metres at the diving, when the rope of them, covenant, broke it. The other diver ran over and raised the alarm, but Sluszny was not found. The searches expire difficult due to the complexity of the cave, according to the firefighter.
There are over the past ten years four of the murders have been in the cave: in 2008, 2012, 2016 et 2017.
Sluszny is an adventurer, among others, sportsman and author. On his website there are several writs therein, such as the ascent of Annapurna I (8.091 meters) without oxygen in 1997 as a member of the Belgian Himalaya expedition. In 2012, he stopped the world record Vertical Run by the Belgacom building in Brussels down to run in a time of 15 seconds and 56 hundredths.