4 December 2022

Dehradun: As two trainees. part of a group of 29 Nehru Institute of Mountaineering ( NIM ) members that was hit by an avalanche on October 4 . continue to be missing. rescue personnel on Wednesday deployed a ground penetrating radar ( GPR ) to track them.

A radar device used
A radar device used

The GPR, which uses radio waves to capture images below the surface of the ground, was brought from Bengaluru to Uttarkashi and will be used by the rescue team comprising experts of the Nehru Institute of Mountaineering ( NIM ) and High Altitude Warfare School ( HAWS ). Lt Col Deepak Vashisht of Himachal Pradesh and Vinay Panwar of Uttarakhand, a sailor in Indi a Navy, was part of the NIM group which had gone to scale the Draupadi ka Danda – II peak as part of their training. Rescue teams have been able to recover 27 bodies to date, while Vashisht and Panwar continue to be missing.

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