At least 10 mountaineers killed in India avalanche

At least 10 mountaineers killed in india avalanche

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At least 10 people have been killed and many more are missing after an #avalanche struck a climbing expedition in northern India’s Uttarkashi district of #Uttarakhand State in north #India.

“Rescue teams have recovered 10 bodies,” the Uttarakhand State police force stated on Twitter, adding that a total of 14 people had been rescued. The group, consisting of 34 trainees preparing for high-altitude navigation and accompanied by seven instructors, was caught in the avalanche at 8:45 a.m. on October 4.

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