The headquarter reporter learned from the search and rescue headquarters of the missing personnel in Ailao Mountain, Yunnan, that the four missing personnel have been found this morning (November 22) and all have been killed.(Headquarters reporter Zhang Bin, Chen Hongyan, Prince Xuan, Chen Zheng, Wangxi)
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Search and rescue personnel found broken raincoats of missing persons
According to the front command of the rescue operation, after conducting a carpet search downstream of the simple camp shack of the lost contact on November 20, in addition to the excretion of the staff, it was found at the intersection of the two streams downstream of the excrement. After walking for about one kilometer, another raincoat fragment was found. After checking and checking with the driver of the missing unit, it was confirmed that this raincoat was carried by the missing person.
4 geological investigators are at least 25 years old and carry one day and a half rations
According to the plan, four geological investigators walked into the Ailao Mountain on the 13th and climbed over the mountain to Xinping County, Yuxi City to complete their scheduled tasks. They planned to descend on the afternoon of the 13th or the morning of the 14th, but they did not descend within the planned time.
According to preliminary investigations, these four personnel entered the mountain this time to carry out forest resource surveys, carrying tools such as compasses, engineer shovel, shovel, and about one and a half days of rations. According to Wang Hongdong, director of the Zhenyuan Management and Protection Bureau of Yunnan Ailaoshan National Nature Reserve, among the four missing persons, the oldest is 32 years old and the youngest is 25 years old. They all served as soldiers.
More than 3,000 rescuers were dispatched for local carpet search and rescue
A few days ago, search and rescue personnel mainly searched for evidence clues such as chocolates and drinks left by the missing persons. On the 20th, the Yunnan Provincial Fire Brigade and the Pu’er City Forest Fire Brigade each dispatched another 50 forces to participate in the search and rescue, and the search plan was also slightly adjusted. At 7 o’clock in the morning of the same day, the search and rescue team was divided into 13 groups, of which 3 were reloaded and crossed and 10 were carpet search and rescue. A total of 24 people in 3 reloaded crossing groups carried supplies and camping equipment for 5 days, crossed Ailao Mountain to search for Xinping, and the other 10 search and rescue groups would conduct dragnet and carpet search and rescue around the area where the lost contact lived. .
According to the findings of the work on November 20, the search and rescue work on the 21st was adjusted in a targeted manner, and the search and rescue personnel strengthened their search efforts to find the surrounding areas of the raincoat. At the same time, in order to save the cost of the rescue round-trip time, the mountain rescue team who entered the mountain for search and rescue on the evening of the 20th spent the night in the mountain. The command headquarters uses airdrops to provide supplies to minimize the return time of search and rescue personnel.
It is understood that the area where the personnel lost contact is located in the core area of the Ailao Mountain National Nature Reserve, with high mountains and dense forests and ravines. Search and rescue personnel need to start from the foot of the mountain at an altitude of more than 1,700 meters and climb over many mountains at an altitude of more than 2,800 meters. The search and rescue work is facing many difficulties.
Since the lost connection zone is adjacent to Xinping County, Yuxi City, Pu’er and Yuxi cooperated to search and rescue from the two ends to the middle. The forward headquarters of Yuxi also moved forward and increased the frequency of drones and helicopters during the rescue. As of the evening of the 20th, Pu’er and Yuxi have invested a total of more than 3,000 people to carry out rescue operations.