KIMATHANKA:- Four Nepalis trapped in snow have been rescued from Makalu basecamp of Makalu rural municipality-2 in Sandhuwasabha district.
According to the District Police Office, Sankhuwasabha, Anoj Chudal of Kathmandu, Jung Kulung Rai, Deepak Kulung Rai and Dinendra Kulung Rai of Solukhumbu have been rescued through a helicopter today and brought to Solu.
Seven Nepalis along with three foreigners had reached Makalu basecamp on October 11 to climb the fifth tallest mountain of the word, Mt Makalu.
Niraj Karki, who was also a member of the team, said that Bishnu Kulung Rai and Tenzing Bhote, are yet to be rescued. They are at Langmale of Makalu-2, he added.
Karki and two Danish citizens, who were stranded in same place, were rescued and airlifted to Kathmandu on Sunday.
Meanwhile, a body of Danish climber, who died at Makalu basecamp on Friday, has not been retrieved yet. He had reached Makalu basecamp to climb Mt Makalu.
Chief of District Police Office, Sankhuwasabha, Laldhoj Subedi, said that the body would be retrieved only after completion of legal process.
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