New Delhi, February 8 Police in Jamoli District, Uttarakhand Pradesh, northern India, said on social media Twitter on the 8th that rescue workers have found the bodies of 14 victims from the disaster site of the northern glacier rupture, and more than 160 people are still missing.
Uttarakhand Police Commissioner Ashok Kumar said that the rescue work is intensified, and the search and rescue is currently focused on about 30 workers trapped in a tunnel.
Most of the missing people are workers from Bihar and Uttar Pradesh, and there are also some local villagers.
According to the local disaster management department, floods caused by glacier ruptures have disrupted traffic in more than 10 villages, and rescue workers are trying to provide them with food and medical assistance.
A glacier fracture occurred in the Jemoli area of North Akhand Pradesh in northern India on the morning of the 7th.
After the broken glacier fell into the Taoliginga River, causing the river to break the bank and cause flooding.
The flood washed away two hydropower stations and some houses on the bank of the river, and about 150 workers who were working on the hydropower station disappeared.