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Watch: Trapped after avalanche, J&K truck driver rescued by BRO team

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Watch: Trapped after avalanche, J&K truck driver rescued by BRO team

Watch: Trapped after avalanche, J&K truck driver rescued by BRO team

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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