Air Dynasty rescues 12 South Africans
DHUNCHE: The Air Dynastic has rescued 12 tourists who suffered altitude sickness when they reached the Gosainkunda.
The South African trekkers of over 50 years of age were airlifted to Kathmandu after they suddenly suffered altitude sickness at the height of 14,100-feet at Gosainkunda, said Police Inspector, Rajan Bhetwal of District Police Office, Rasuwa.
The Air dynastic had used three choppers to rescue the African tourists, said Shreehari Kuinkel, Flight Manager of the company.
They have been undergoing treatment in various hospitals in the capital now. RSS
Published Date: Saturday, April 7th, 2012 | 03:02 AM
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