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Italian Tourist Dies Whilst Parasailing In Bol On Brac

Tragedy has struck twice in two days after another tourist was killed on the Croatian coast on Thursday. Just after 14:30 on Thursday afternoon an Italian tourist has tragically died after falling 10 metres into the sea whilst out parasailing near Bol on the island of Brac. Police are investigating how the young women come free from the belts of the parachute. Parasailing is a popular summer activity on the island. Yesterday a German tourist (40) drowned after the small boat he was on flipped near the island of Pag on the northern Adriatic coast.

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