Uttarkashi avalanche: 26 bodies recovered so far, three still missing - Uttarkashi News

Uttarkashi, Oct 7 (IANS) A total of 26 bodies have been recovered so far from the site of an avalanche that struck the Draupadi's Danda-2 peak in Uttarkashi. A search operation is on for three more missing persons from the team of trainee mountaineers from the Nehru Institute of Mountaineering (NIM).

by IANS | Updated Oct 07, 2022

Uttarkashi avalanche: 26 bodies recovered so far, three still missing - Uttarkashi News

Four out of the 26 bodies recovered were moved to the Army Helipad in Harshil, and then taken to the Uttarkashi District Hospital by an ambulance.

Officials said that two Cheetah helicopters are being used for the rescue operation, adding that attempts were being made to transfer the bodies to the Matli helipad which failed due to bad weather, following which the chopper with the bodies was made to land on the Harshil army helipad.

Four bodies were recovered on October 4, 17 on October 6 and seven on Friday by the rescue team.

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