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British tourist travelling across Siberia fell to his death beside w

orld's deepest lakeA British tourist travelling across Siberia fell to his death on a hike and was found beside the worlds deepest lake, police have said. The 60-year-old man named only as Anthony C, reportedly screamed as he 大老板马报资料 lost his footing on the path but his companion said he was unable to save him. The man, from Huddersfield, reportedly rolled down an almost sheer drop and his body was later founded on a rocky beach at the edge of Lake Baika on August 1

1. He had been travelling with a friend, identified only as Andrew D, on the Trans-Siberian railway on the and intended to go to China after the break at Lake Baikal. Hikers on the path from Listvyanka to Bolshie Koty alon

g Baikal lake (stock image) (Image: The Siberian Times) The tourist path from Listvyanka to Bolshie Koty with marks of dangerous places (Image: The Siberian Times) Read MoreRelated ArticlesTourist boat capsizes off Turkish coast leaving one dead and two missing including 15-year-old boy Andrew, 56, said he attempted to help after his friend lost his balance but was unable to do so on the steep path they were trekking, reported The Siberian Times . I was walking in front when I heard screams and turned around, he said. Anthony was

rolling down the hill. I tried to help him but failed. I tried to called the rescue service but there was no coverage on my phone. I still cant cope with it and dont believe this could happen. The Trans-Siberian railway (Image: Moment Open) The men were travelling on the Trans-Siberian

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rmac An initial report said it was likely to be an accident. Andrew found a group of women hikers and they managed to call the emergency services, he told police. But when rescuers found the man, he was already dead. A picture of his body on the beach beside Baikal was released by Russian police. The tourists were walking from the resort town of Listvyanka to the village of Bolshoi Koty, a distance of around 14 miles. The route has stunning views of mountain-rimmed Baikal, whic

h contains around

20% of the worlds unfrozen freshwater, but the paths are treacherous. The men wanted to enjoy the beauty of Lake Baikal, said one report. The Russian Investigative Committee is performing preliminary checks on the incident, and refused to divulge the full names of the men. A British embassy spokesm

an said: We confirm th

e death of the UK citizen. The consulate is in touch with the local authorities and with the family of the victim.

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