Collapse of the Gurugram building: body recovered after 54 hours of operation

After a 54-hour operation, a body was found in the rubble of the collapsed Chintels Paradiso condominium in Sector 109 of Gurugram, officials said on Sunday.

A team from the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) and authorities recovered the body of Sunita Shrivastava late Saturday evening from the first floor of the building, which collapsed on the evening of February 10 and had kills two.

“We managed to recover the woman’s body after a very difficult rescue operation. Debris from the upper floors fell to the first floor. We are taking several precautionary measures to carefully remove the debris,” a senior police official said. NDRF.

According to NDRF officials, the operation was risky because pieces of rubble and plaster had started falling from the upper floors and the entire load of the structure was now on the first floor and basement.

The team had used several jacks to support the pillar of the building.

Officials said they couldn’t take any risks because a small mistake could put the entire rescue team at risk.

So far, the team has managed to rescue two people.



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