Trekking enthusiast rescued at Pandavleni
Nashik: Another trekking enthusiast on Friday was rescued at Trirashmi Leni or Pandavleni. The trekking enthusiast got injured at the top of the mountain as his leg slipped. The incident took place early morning. After receiving the information, the beat marshal of the Indira Nagar police station and trekker association’s members reached the spot and rescued the person. This is the fourth incident in the last six months.
According to police, Balu Dhanaji Surase (53), resident of New Nashik, Uttam Nagar, was gone for a walk in the premises of the caves. After finishing a walk, Surase decides to trek the mountain. He started climbing the mountain from the backside of the caves. He reached the top of the mountain. But, when he started climbing downward the path became blur due to heavy fog. The fog resulted in blur vision and Surase slipped from the mountain. He slipped down the mountain for about 25 to 30 feet.
The tourist and other trekkers saw him falling. The tourist immediately contacted the police control room and explained the situation. Accordingly, the beat marshal of Indira Nagar police station Ravindra Rajput and Rajendra Nikam immediately reached the spot with trekker Chetan Kharde. They carried the Surase on a stretcher and rescued him out from there. The rescue team then admitted Surase in the district civil hospital.