A PAZ - Bolivian police on Wednesday rescued two Dutch, one English and one German whose car was stuck in the Salar de Uyuni, the largest tourist destination in Bolivia.
The police commander, Colonel Alberto Armaly scratch, said by telephone to The Associated Press that in the early hours of Wednesday in a helicopter rescued the tourists.
In the group were also two employees of the hotel where they stayed. All were in good health.
The officer explained that on the eve managed to rescue another group of seven tourists, two Japanese, two Norwegians, a German, and two Koreans.
"This group was the first to be rescued as the place where there were still daylight to rescue them, but you do not have enough time to rescue the other, so we did earlier today," he said.
In the Salar de Uyuni, about 380 kilometers from La Paz, have been reported in recent weeks heavy rains that have caused accumulation of water in various places. Thus the vehicles that made the tour the tourists were stuck.