Nagaland | Search team rescues lost Israeli trekker in Dzükou valley

Nagaland | Search team rescues lost Israeli trekker in Dzükou valley
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KOHIMA, March 8, 2019: A joint operation by Southern Angami Youth Association (SAYO), District Disaster Management Agency (Kohima), and State Disaster Response Force (Home Guards & Civil Defence), on Thursday, rescued an Israeli trekker who had lost his way when coming back from Dzükou valley.

SAYO president Zakieleto Tsiikrii informed that five individuals from Israel, who visited Dzükou valley on March 6, was returning back on Thursday evening. Four of them, three women and one man, reached Jakhama safely, however a male trekker lost his way during the return trek.

According to sources, his teammates were able to contact him during the day, but lost contact later in the evening.

The volunteers set out to find the lost trekker and eventually found him at 10:55 pm, safe and without injuries. When this report was filed, the rescue team with the trekker was expected to reach Jakhama Base Camp at around 1 to 1:30 am on Friday.

With Nagaland Post inputs

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