Ropeway mishap: 10 more rescued from Trikut hills

Deoghar: Joint teams of Indian Air Force, Army, ITBP, NDRF and local administration since Tuesday morning rescued 10 more people as the  rescue operations began at Trikut ropeway from 5.30am. following ropeway mishap on Sunday, 48 people were stranded in different chair-cars hanging midair on the ropeway at this tourist spot. A total of 2 people died since then, while the war-footing rescue operations saved over 40 persons in last two days in one of the most challenging rescue ops in the history of Jharkhand.

Deoghar DC Manjunath Bhajantri’s morning tweet
Indian Air Force helicopter hover over the stranded cabins midway at the ropeway to begin rescue ops on Tuesday morning. Two helicopters from IAF have been pressed for rescue ops since Monday morning.
A tourist hanging precariously over the rope after the mishap on Sunday.