Two English mountain dwellers stuck in a snow torrential slide at the in excess of 19,000 feet high Ultar Sar Top close to the Hunza Valley of Gilgit Baltistan have been safeguarded.
The Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) said Sunday that pilots of the Pakistan Army protected English climbers Bruce Normand and Mill operator Timothy.
ISPR Chief General Significant General Asif Ghafoor, be that as it may, said that a third mountain climber, an Australian distinguished as Christian Huber, had kicked the bucket.
The Day break said that the three mountain dwellers had started their rising in late May and had gotten authorization to proceed with their move till the principal seven day stretch of July.
The group was being overseen by Higher Ground Undertakings, a visit working organization in Hunza Valley.