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Body of the Polish tourist lost in Svaneti was found by an angler
10:20 10.09.2012
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Body of 23-years-old Polish tourist Ana Medzelevska lost in Mestia a month ago, was found by an angler.  
As the “” was informed by the head of Mestia Rescue Service, Vitaly Margiani, girl’s body was discovered 8 km away from the place of incident.    
The body was transferred to morgue.  
The incident took place in the village Kala, Mestia region. While, two Polish women tourists were walking from Mestia to Ushgula, one of them slipped and felt from a mountain in a valley, into the river Khereshi.
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