Uttarkashi Tunnel Rescue : 41 workers came out from Uttarkashi Tunnel

Uttarkashi Tunnel Rescue : The “Mahabharata” of life going on in the Silkyara Tunnel in Uttarkashi, Uttarakhand, ended after 16 days. On the 17th day, all the 41 laborers trapped in the tunnel were taken out safely. All these laborers have been taken directly to the hospital for first aid and treatment of mental stress. Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami is present at the spot. On the other hand, the Prime Minister’s Office is keeping a close watch on this matter.

After the workers left, there is a beautiful smile on the faces of everyone involved in this campaign including scientists, families of the workers, administrative officials. First of all, the workers were given first aid in a temporary hospital built near the tunnel. A team of doctors and nurses has been deployed to look after the workers.

Workers were trapped in the tunnel for 16 days

Uttarkashi Tunnel Rescue

On November 12, an emergency hospital was built inside the kitchen canal in Silkyara, Uttarakhand, and an air ambulance was also deployed.
It is being told that an emergency hospital has been prepared inside the tunnel. After taking the workers out of the tunnel, they will be taken directly to the hospital. Oxygen cylinders have also been sent inside the tunnel.

Air ambulance has also been arranged for the workers outside the tunnel. Rope and ladder are being taken into the tunnel. At around 5:00 in the morning, due to a landslide, a part of the under-construction Silkyara-Dandalgaon tunnel located on Yamunotri National Highway suddenly collapsed, due to which 41 laborers from 8 states got trapped inside the tunnel. To save all these workers, different teams were engaged in relief and rescue work.

pipeline was lifeline

A 1.45 inch pipe installed to drain water from the tunnel proved to be a lifeline. After the accident, oxygen, water and some light food items were sent to the workers through this pipe. Necessary medicines were also given to him through this pipe. On the 10th day after the accident, a six-inch pipe was successfully delivered to the workers, after which they started being given hot food. A camera was sent inside through this pipe and the inside view was seen for the first time.

Most of the laborers from which state were from Jharkhand?

Let us tell you that among the 41 laborers trapped in the tunnel, maximum 15 laborers are from Jharkhand, 8 from Uttar Pradesh, 5 from Odisha, 5 from Bihar, 3 from West Bengal, 2 from Uttarakhand, 2 from Assam and 1 from Himachal Pradesh.

Vijay Hori of Jharkhand was the first to be evicted. Late Tuesday evening, the 17th day of the accident, two laborers Vijay Hori and Ganpati, residents of Jharkhand, were rescued. After giving first aid, he was sent to the hospital by ambulance for treatment.

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