The dangerous route in Australia was done by Croatians
no CZ nor PL (+VIDEO)
The dangerous route in Blue Mountains, Australia, where happened recently death accident on bad equipped bolts, was done by Croatians, not Czechs nor Poles, writes local climber in his blog.
Simon Carter writes on his blog he did some other research and learned more details about the accident, and apologized to climbers from Czech Republic and Poland whose he thought originally might be the authors of the route.
Simon writes the route was bolted by Boris Cujic and Ivica Matkovic from Croatia. It was bolted in December 2007 as their last route in their long term project to climb a new route on every continent by the end of 2007 (www.climbing-croatia.com).
These expansion bolts put in the sandstone rock could be removed very easily and according to discussion generally are not suitable for soft sandstone. Look at video which done the Australians how it was easy to take these bolts out: