At least eleven visitors were stranded in mid-air after their cable car broke down in Parwanoo, Himachal Pradesh, on Monday. The stranded tourists have been rescued using a cart. Ten people have been rescued so far.
When the cable car came to a halt in mid-air, it was carrying a total of 11 tourists. The rescue mission is being conducted by the Timber Trail private resort workers, according to Parwanoo official Chattar Singh.
If the tourists are not rescued immediately, an NDRF team will be dispatched. For the past two hours, the cable car has been stalled. Two of the stranded passengers were reported to be sick.
The administration is bolstering the spirits of those who are trapped. Following the rescue, the folks who were evacuated are having their health checked. At the same time, Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur has issued orders for the people to be evacuated as quickly as possible. The Chief Minister will personally visit the location.
The passengers in the trolley are claimed to be Delhi residents. Many of them, especially the elderly, are apprehensive of dropping through the rope. The individuals trapped in the trolley are filming films to ask for aid.A similar event occurred in Jharkhand’s Deoghar district in April, when two cable cars in a ropeway collided in Trikut hills in Jharkhand’s Deoghar district, even as the Indian Air Force began its attempt to rescue stranded tourists on Monday.
A technical team of Timber Trail operators has been dispatched, and the situation is being monitored by a police unit.