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Uttarakhand avalanche: 8 dead, 384 safely rescued

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Chamoli (Uttarakhand) , 24 Apr 2021

A total of eight people have died after an avalanche hit Uttarakhand's Chamoli Garhwal district near India-China border at 4 p.m. on Friday, the Indian Army said. The force said six people are critical and are undergoing medical treatment.The road access is cut off at four to five locations due to multiple landslides and Border Road Task Force (BRTF) teams from Joshimath are currently on the job.A total of 384 people have been safely rescued and are now at the Army camp. "Rescue operations to locate other labourers are continuing," said Indian Army.The force said that the rescue operations were launched by the Indian Army immediately after the avalanche hit about four km ahead of Sumna village, a location on Sumna-Rimkhim road in Uttarakhand. This is on Joshimath-Malari-Girthidobla-Sumna-Rimkhim axis.A Border Road Organisation (BRO) detachment and two labour camps exist nearby for road construction work along this axis. An Army camp is located three kilometres from Sumna village."The area has experienced heavy rains and snow since last five days, which is still continuing," the force said.The road access is cut off at four to five locations due to multiple landslides. Border Road Task Force (BRTF) teams from Joshimath are working to clear slides enroute from Bhapkund to Sumna since Friday evening."It is expected to take another six to eight hours to clear this complete axis," the Indian Army said.The National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) said water level in the Rishi Ganga river has risen by two feet.The Central government is monitoring the situation and has alerted all the stakeholders for rescue operations.

 

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