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Battagram Chairlift Accident: All Trapped People Rescued

“Pakistani Army” rescues 8 trapped in Allai Chairlift successfully.

Battagram Chairlift Accident: The kids are receiving medical care as they are frightened after being rescued by a helicopter in a sling operation and sent to a secure location.

According to local officials, the event happened at around 8:00 a.m. when two residents and children were traveling to school. According to reports, one of the kids fainted out of fright.

At a height of 3,000 feet, two of the Chairlift’s three cables snapped, trapping locals and students. Due to the Chairlift’s height, senior local officials and rescuers were having difficulty.

Gulfaraz (20), who was among those trapped in the cable vehicle, earlier claimed to have been there for over six hours on a private TV channel.

At 7 am, he claimed, the first wire snapped, and the second one snapped a few minutes later. “We don’t even have drinking water in the chairlift,” he said.

Six of the eight passengers in the chairlift, according to Gulfaraz, are students. According to him, students range in age from 10 to 16 years old.

A teacher named Zafar Iqbal claimed that the pupils used the chairlift to travel to school.

“The chairlift is utilized to move between locations. 150 kids commute to school by chairlift in this location, he said, verifying that the Chairlift’s two broken wires.

“A chairlift in Battagram became stopped midway at a height of roughly 900 feet owing to a cable break.

According to a statement from the National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA), 8 people, including 6 children, are stuck.

According to the announcement, the Provincial Disaster Management Authority (PDMA) has received coordinating help from the NDMA.

Pak Army helicopter has been dispatched for a rescue mission after coordination, it was noted.

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