Home  Contact Us
  Follow Us On:
Advertising Advertising Free Newsletter Free E-Newsletter

25 hikers trapped in a forest area in Hainan, leaving two injured and one dead
Published on: 2024-06-11
Share to
User Rating: / 0

On Saturday, 25 hikers were trapped in the Diaoluoshan forest area of Hainan Tropical Rainforest National Park in South China's Hainan Province. As of Sunday morning, 24 of the trapped individuals had been successfully evacuated with two injured and one dead.

The local fire rescue brigade in Baoting Li and Miao Autonomous County in the province received an emergency call reporting that 25 hikers were trapped near Maohui village in Shiling town, within the Diaoluoshan forest area of the park.

After a night of intense search and rescue, as of 8:30 am on Sunday, 24 of the trapped individuals had been successfully transferred to the rescue command center. Two injured individuals were sent overnight to a local hospital for treatment.

One 45-year-old woman who had fallen and had been critically injured was confirmed dead. She died from intracranial hemorrhage and internal organ bleeding caused by the fall.

This group was organized spontaneously through an online group and entered the Diaoluoshan forest area by foot from Diaoluoshan township in Qiongzhong Li and Miao Autonomous county.

They became trapped due to the complex terrain and poor communication signals.

Among the surviving 24 people, 23 have returned to Haikou, the capital city of Hainan provinc , one person is being treated for a transverse lumbar process fracture at the county hospital, with stable vital signs. As of time of reporting, the on-site rescue operation has concluded.





Comments (0)Add Comment

Write comment

security code
Write the displayed characters

    Subscription    |     Advertising    |     Contact Us    |
Address: Magnetic Plaza, Building A4, 6th Floor, Binshui Xi Dao.
Nankai District. 300381 TIANJIN. PR CHINA
Tel: +86 22 23917700
E-mail: webmaster@businesstianjin.com
Copyright 2024 BusinessTianjin.com. All rights reserved.