Indian Army personnel are carrying out rescue operation at the site of avalanche in Sumna area of Joshimath Sector in Chamoli district. So far, 384 people have been found safe, 11 bodies have been recovered so far.
Eight Border Roads Organisation (BRO) workers were killed, seven injured and 31 went missing in an avalanche near the Indo-China border in Uttarakhand's Chamoli district, officials said on Saturday. Two bodies were recovered from the site in the Sumna area of Niti Valley on Friday night, while six more were recovered on Saturday. Indian Army personnel were seen carrying out rescue operation in the region. Army personnel were seen carrying people in a stretcher. People were even airlifted from Chamoli to Joshimath where they were being treated at the Army hospital. Watch the full video for more details.
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Indian Army personnel are carrying out rescue operation at the site of avalanche in Sumna area of Joshimath Sector in Chamoli district. So far, 384 people have been rescued, 10 bodies have been recovered, 8 people are unaccounted.
A truck driver in Jammu & Kashmir was rescued by a Border Roads Organisation (BRO) team after an avalanche, as per reports. A truck was reportedly carrying essential items to Keran village. An avalanche in Kupwara reportedly trapped the truck driver on March 21 evening. It took the BRO team around half an hour to rescue the driver, reports said. The rescuers were seen lighting a large fire to help the driver. Watch the full video for more.
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A team of Border Road Organisation (BRO) rescued a truck carrying essential supplies to Keran village was hit by avalanche at Dett Sirpaton. The mishap took place at 4pm today. The driver received minor injuries. The rescue operation continued for over half an hour.