유니세프 “전쟁 6주 만에 500만 어린이 난민”
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유니세프 “전쟁 6주 만에 500만 어린이 난민” 개수.. 24 hours when three carriages collide midway to Indian mountain pilgrimage site

  • Horrifying footage shows woman bloodied after violent hilltop cable car crash
  • Twelve trollies remain stuck with dozens trapped as army helicopters circle site
  • Three killed in collision which followed technical fault in Jharkhand, east India
  • Ropeway manager and other workers reportedly fled after crash took place
  • Two jumped from their cable cars and have been seriously injured, 관리들은 말한다
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  • An audacious army rescue effort to pull dozens of people out of cable cars continued for a second day after three died in a violent hilltop crash.

    Victims of the cable car disaster in the Trikut hills above Jharkhand, 동부 인도 lost their lives after three trollies crashed high above ground yesterday.

    Terrifying footage shows a woman bloodied and in a daze after her trolley appears to have crashed.








    One cable car passenger looked dazed and horribly wounded after her vehicle crashed mid-air

    One cable car passenger looked dazed and horribly wounded after her vehicle crashed mid-air

    The doors are broken and splattered with her blood.

    She is then hoisted down from the car and carried to safety as a crowd watches on.

    A technical fault is being blamed for the three-way collision but details remain scarce.

    The ropeway manager and three other employees at India’s highest vertical cable car, close to tourist hotspot the Baba Baidyanath Temple, reportedly fled the scene.

    Indian air force helicopters were deployed to pull stranded people out of the vehicles after more than 24 hours inside.

    Two people who jumped from their cable cars were seriously injured, 관리들은 말했다.

    The cable car crash victim struggled to get her bearings in the moments she is hoisted down to safety

    With smatterings of blood on the cable car floor and door, the crash scene certainly left a mark on her

    Horrific footage shows the poor woman being valiantly aided by rescuers caring for her

    Rescuers have managed to retrieve 20 people in the past day out of the 48 갇힌.

    Temperatures hit highs of 39 degrees earlier today and fell to 22 degrees last night.

    Chief response force commander Vinay Kumar Singh told NDTV that drones are bringing food and water to stranded people.

    Members of the Indo-Tibetan Border Police are also on the scene.

    The woman was draped in cloths and carried by three men to a place where she could receive medical help

    A crowd of well-wishers gathered below the cable car crash site to assist injured victims and find out what is going on

    The rescuers carry the severely injured woman to safety (왼쪽) as a crowd watches on (권리)

    Fellow rescuer Manjunath Bhajantri said: ‘The situation is completely under control. Some people are still stuck in the cable cars in the ropeway, and they are being rescued. All tourists are being evacuated safely.

    Local villagers are also helping out, 그는 덧붙였다.

    The 766-metres-long track runs almost 400 metres above ground and has 25 cable cars. Each sits four tourists.

    Local MP Nishikant Dubey said he told Union Home Minister Amit Shah and Jharkhand Chief Secretary Sukhdeo Singh, requesting deployment of [National Disaster Response Force] teams.

    I thank the Union Home Minister for taking cognisance of the matter immediately,” 그는 말했다.

    The cable car is India's highest vertical track, so rescuers had to take the trolleys to points closer to the ground in order to retrieve stranded and injured crash victims

    The cable car is India’s highest vertical track, so rescuers had to take the trolleys to points closer to the ground in order to retrieve stranded and injured crash victims

    The tragic accident follows another cable car crash last year in the Italian Alps, 죽인 14 사람들.

    Wires carrying the 15 sightseers snapped, sending the cable car careening down the track at more than 60mph before falling 65ft.

    There was just one survivor, five-year-old Israeli boy Eitan Biran.