Two trekkers rescued by police near Pandavleni caves in Nashik
Two trekkers, including a girl, were rescued by local residents and police after the duo lost their footing and got trapped on a cliff near the Pandavleni caves on Sunday morning
Two trekkers, including a girl, were rescued by local residents and police after the duo lost their footing and got trapped on a cliff near the Pandavleni caves on Sunday morning. The incident happened at the caves situated on the Mumbai-Agra highway, five kilometres from here, officials said.
Police said that Arvind Vaidyanathan (22) and Vidula Daulat Pagar (19) were rescued by a team led by assistant police inspector PR Nalawade and sub-inspector SU Hire, along with a few local residents. They were rushed to Nashik civil hospital for treatment, said police.
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