Mobile phone video captures the dramatic Sunday moment when rocks began to fall from a mountainside in India’s Sangla Valley, triggering a fatal landslide that killed at least eight tourists.
Tourists from Delhi and their drivers were killed when a boulder crashed into their minibus in the northern state of Himachal Pradesh, reports The Indian Express.
Two of the 11 people in the car escaped, being injured.
Local Kinnaura Deputy Commissioner Abid Hussein Sadik told the Express that it was a bright sunny day and the landslide was unexpected…
The Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) detachments rushed to a site near the village of Badseri, Kinnaur to conduct a rescue operation. 9 out of 12 people who were traveling in the traveler died. In this case, three people were injured, including a local: ITBP#HimachalPradesh pic.twitter.com/xlP9R2m0Ty
– ANI (@ANI) Jul 25, 2021