Missing walker found safe after Carrauntoohil search

A walker who had been missing on Carrauntoohil since last night has been found safe and well by Kerry Mountain Rescue.

The man, a German national believed to be in his 30s,has been airlifted to University Hospital Kerry by Shannon-based R115.

The walker (R) was found safe and well by Kerry Mountain Rescue (Pic: Irish Coast Guard) - writes rte.ie.

Kerry Mountain Rescue spokesperson Alan Wallace told RTÉ's Today with Damien O'Reilly that he was located high on the mountain in an area called the Bone.

The alarm was raised when the mancontacted gardaí by mobile phone yesterday evening to say he was lost.

The search was suspended at about 1am and resumed this morning.

Three climbers who got into difficultyon Carrauntoohil yesterday weresuccessfully escorted off the mountain, following two separate rescue operations.

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