Displaying its human side again, the Indian Army went beyond its call of duty to rescue nine people, including a pregnant woman, who had been stranded in an ambulance at Nastachung Pass in Kupwara District of Jammu and Kashmir.
In a post published on Facebook, the army detailed that the ambulance got stuck due to a landslide at 7.30 pm. In it were 15-year-old Madsoor Ahmed, who was being moved after undergoing surgery for a stomach ailment, and Waheed Mir Age, a 24-year-old woman being treated for anaemia in her advanced stage in pregnancy, among others.
Since the ambulance could not move because there were landslides on either side where it got stranded, the army showed up to help. The Army Rescue Team was able to reach the ambulance to not only evacuate those stuck but also administered medical attention to the patients.
Pictures published on the social media platform show members of the armed forces wading through thick snow in the dark while carrying out the rescue efforts at an altitude of 10,000 feet!
Photo source: Facebook
People from across the country have taken to the comments section of the post to laud the army for a job well done while expressing their gratitude.
ARMY EVACUATES AMBULANCE STRANDED AT NASTACHUNG PASS
An ambulance carrying nine people including two patients: a…