July 5, 2022

Viraj Sanjay Maske, a 20-year-old trekker was rescued by Panvel Taluka police after he fell right into a 60 ft gorge whereas trekking at Chanderi Fort in Badlapur area on Wednesday night time. The fort can also be accessible from the Panvel facet.

Nature Pals Society (NFS), an NGO sought assist by flashing concerning the incident on social media platforms. The Panvel Taluka police acted upon the knowledge and despatched a staff to rescue the youth.

Underneath the steering Senior Police Inspector Ravindra Daundkar, a staff of police personnel together with PSI Umesh Gutal, constable Ombase, Nagesh Sakhare of Badlapur Rescue Staff and three different members reached the positioning and rescued trekker Maske. Nonetheless, by time, the police staff reached and rescued Maske, it was night time they usually needed to keep in a single day. The subsequent morning, round 11.30 am, Maske was taken to a hospital in Badlapur. In line with police, Maske had acquired accidents in his legs, palms and different physique components and he was taken in a stretcher.

Police stated that Maske had gone for trekking alongside along with his six mates and whereas trekking, Maske slipped and fell on a 60 ft gorge in Chanderi fort throughout the limits of Panvel taluka police station. “Viraj was strolling in entrance of everybody and he was strolling in the direction of the top of the fort on the hill. In the meantime, he misplaced his steadiness and he fell sixty ft under the fort into the hill. He received caught in a rock within the valley. He was hit on the top, limbs and waist within the accident,” stated a police official from Panvel Taluka police station. He added that he skipped main accidents thankfully.

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Revealed on: Thursday, Could 05, 2022, 07:57 PM IST