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Watch Man Trapped In Himachal Stream Rescued In Midnight Operation

Watch: Man Trapped In Himachal Stream Rescued In Midnight Operation

NDRF Director General S N Pradhan had shared a couple of photographs of the rescue effort

New Delhi:

In a tough midnight operation, rescue groups saved a person trapped between two nullahs (drains) following a cloudburst in Himachal Pradesh’s Dharamshala, which triggered a flash flood. The National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) officers pulled a rope utilizing climbing gear and saved the person from getting washed away by the robust present. A video of the operation has been shared on social media. It confirmed how darkness difficult the hassle of the officers, who labored with flash lights however saved man after hours-long operation.

The 45-second clip confirmed the rescuers pulling the person, later recognized as Sunil Kumar from Kangra’s Shahpur, over the nullah utilizing the rope.

On Monday, NDRF Director General S N Pradhan had shared a couple of photographs of the rescue effort. They confirmed Mr Kumar stranded on the opposite facet of the gushing flood water drain and officers from seventh Battalion of NDRF from Bathinda in Punjab and native rescuers attempting to rig a ropeway to carry the person to their facet.

Over the previous few days, heavy rainfall has lashed Kangra district. The rainfall has led to the flooding of a number of smaller streams.

On Monday, a flash flood in Dharamshala washed away autos and broken properties in Bhagsu Nag space. Residents and authorities shared horrifying movies of the flash flood.

The climate division has forecast heavy rainfall right this moment as properly. Dr Nipun Jindal, the Deputy Commissioner of Kangra, mentioned on Twitter that the climate from July 14 to July 16, too, is predicted to be dangerous.

With vacationers headling to the hill station in massive numbers regardless of warnings by authorities of a attainable third wave of COVID-19, district officers have issued an advisory and requested folks to place their journey plans on maintain, at the least till the rain stops. Dr Jindal has requested these vacationers who’re already in Dharamshala to remain put as a result of the heavy rain has broken roads.



(THIS STORY HAS NOT BEEN EDITED BY INDIA07 TEAM AND IS AUTO-GENERATED FROM A SYNDICATED FEED.)

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