Pakistan Army rescues five stranded people in Sawan River
RAWALPINDI: Pakistan Army on Wednesday rescued five people, including a woman and two girls, stranded near Sawan River near Rawalpindi, informed ISPR.
The army’s media wing said that all the evacuees have been shifted to a safer place. The rescue operation was conducted on helicopters.
“The individuals got stuck due to the sudden rise of water level,” the ISPR said.
On July1, Two British mountaineers stranded on Ultar Sar mountain located in Hunza Valley were rescued by the army personnel after an avalanche hit their tent.