Lipo (Arunachal Pradesh): It seems another bigger tragedy is yet to be unfolded at the AN-32 crash site in Arunachal Pradesh as the rescue team has not been able to be airlifted by the Indian Air Force due to poor weather.
The rescue team of 12 is still stuck at the crash site surviving with limited resources. The air dropped team sent to recover bodies near the wreckage site of the AN-32 aircraft on June 12 is still out there enduring adverse weather condition and tough terrain at an altitude of 12,000 ft.
The rescue team is surviving amid wild animals snakes and insects topped with slippery mountainous path which makes foot march next to impossible.
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According to officials the weather condition is preventing the team, which includes IAF personnel and a civilian, from moving to any direction to get out of the site. Officials are now waiting for the weather to get better so that they can be brought out but if it does not get any better, they will be forced to trek to the nearest habitation.
17 days have already passed, how many more until they are rescued and before their ration runs out?