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Video: Massive Rockfall Above Göschenen, Switzerland

Rockfall - 20th June 2019, Goeschenen, Switzerland from r/CatastrophicFailure

Last month, a massive rockfall released in the mountains above the tiny Swiss village of Göschenen. While rockfalls aren't uncommon in the perilously-steep Swiss Alps, this one was noteworthy due to the immense size of the boulders flying downhill. The scale is hard to grasp until midway through the video when a house-sized boulder catches several seconds of airtime off a lip.

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Let this serve as a reminder that the mountains are dangerous places, and being in the wrong place at the wrong time can have deadly consequences, even if you're doing everything right.

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