Heavy rain hit Gilgit Baltistan and KKH particularly and in general all over
Pakistan and cut road, land slide and wash away bridges at many places.
Worst ever flood in the province of NWFP now Khyber Pakhtunkhwa in the
country's history, all over Pakistan hundred of people kill by the heavy rain
and billion of dollars property lost. American announcing emergency aid to
Pakistan and sent its helicopter from Afghanistan to help in rescue efforts.
Road Situation: Gilgit Baltistan road is block on several places. Chilas Naran
road is also block from several places by land slide and bridges wash away.
Gilgit Islamabad road is block from several places from land slide and bridges
Foreigner situation: There are dozens of foreigners trap in different places;
Dassu a big Japanese group of Nazir Sabir Expedition is waiting from last
three days for helicopter lift up.
Chilas more then 17 foreigner of different nationals from ATP is waiting
rather in good position staying in Shingrila hotel waiting for rescue.
Skardu Dozen of Jasmine Tours, Blue Sky, ATP, Hushe Trek and Tours clients are
waiting for helicopter lift up.
Many of the clients return date by international flights are coming so close
and some of them passed all of them are waiting for helicopter or C130 lift up
The brave and strong peoples who did not want to let wait start their journey
by road from our Jasmine Tours Spanish Churkusa team of Ruben Calvo Alonso,
Cecilia Paula Buil Polo, Anta Sancho Miguel starting from Chilas three days
ago and after crossing several land slide and wash bridge they are now coming
down from Naran to Islamabad, In other story our brave ladies of Russian Amin
Brakk Expedition who climb the peak successfully face new thrill of road
blocks and bridge wash away and after three days of continues traveling they
reach yesterday in Islamabad by the KKh Skardu to Islamabad.
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