Jharkhand: 48 people hanging in the air at 2000 feet, 3 dead so far

At an altitude of about 2000 feet on the Trikut hill in Jharkhand, 48 lives are swinging. In fact, at 5:00 pm on Sunday evening, several trolleys of the Trikut ropeway collided with each other and due to this, many people got stuck there. According to the information received so far, three people have died. Yes, and army helicopters have been deployed since Monday morning in the ongoing rescue operation since late night. There is a crowd of hundreds of people near the spot.

On the other hand, the NDRF team started the rescue operation on Sunday night and rescued about two dozen people. It is being said that the operation had to be stopped because it was night. However, since Monday morning, army helicopters have been engaged in evacuating people trapped in trolleys. According to the information received, biscuits and water packets have been delivered to these people through an empty trolley. On the other hand, local MP Nishikant Dubey, Deputy Commissioner of the district Manjunath Bhajantri and several top officials are present at the spot.

Deoghar Deputy Commissioner Manjunath Bhajantri said that a team of the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) has been deployed to the spot for rescue operations. Yes and he said that the local people are also helping the NDRF in the rescue operation. At the same time, the Deputy Commissioner appealed to the people not to spread rumours and said, "The situation is completely under control. Some people are still trapped in cable cars in the ropeway and are being rescued. All the tourists are being evacuated safely.'' At around 5 pm on Sunday, the accident took place due to the breaking of a ropeway wire on Trikut mountain in Deoghar and the woman who died due to this accident has been identified as a 40-year-old woman Sumati Devi, a resident of Sura village.

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