Horrific video of two girls falling from a hammock on the edge of a cliff in Dagestan

The authorities in Dagestan confirmed that the swing did not meet safety standards, as a result of which the girls fell off the swing seat.

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Providence prevented the deaths of two Russian girls after they fell from a hammock on top of a 6,300-foot (1,920-meter) mountain in the Republic of Dagestan, south of the European part of Russia in the Caucasus region.
According to local media reports, the security authorities managed to rescue the two girls, who had only bruises.
The horrific accident occurred in the Sulak Valley in the Russian Republic of Dagestan, when the two girls were riding a swing on top of a 6,300-foot slope, but suddenly the chain of the swing broke, the swing seat flipped down the slope as the girls fell towards the edge of the steep cliff.

Fortunately, their lives were saved by a small wooden platform that was on the edge of the cliff, preventing the terrible fall.
"The two girls sustained scratches, but neither of them was seriously injured," a local official said.

The authorities in Dagestan confirmed that the swing did not meet safety standards, as a result of which the girls fell off the swing seat.

Police began checking the safety of several valley swings that were built near the village of Zopotli, where the accident occurred, many of which do not meet international safety standards.

Commenting on the incident, the Dagestan Ministry of Tourism said that the swing "does not meet safety standards, as a result, young women fell off the swing seat. Law enforcement agencies and other departments are already conducting relevant checks to ensure that life and health are not endangered."