Four students rescued from atop Maharashtra's Chambhar Leni caves

Four students from the ninth standard of a local school were rescued unhurt this morning by the fire brigade from atop the Chambhar Leni caves near Mhasrul village in Nashik, fire officials said.

Published: 27th November 2017 04:48 PM  |   Last Updated: 27th November 2017 05:29 PM   |  A+A-

By PTI

NASHIK: Four students from the ninth standard of a local school were rescued unhurt this morning by the fire brigade from atop the Chambhar Leni caves near Mhasrul village in Nashik, fire officials said. All four are from Nashik's CIDCO locality, they added.

Officials said that the four, while on their way to the caves atop the hill, got trapped on a brink.

The four, identified as Aryan Gite, Nayan Rokade, Rohan Shelke and Aditya Khairnar, were rescued after people called the fire brigade, officials said.

A youngster who saw these students and went ahead to rescue them also fell and injured himself, said the officials.

The injured youth was treated at a local hospital, they added.

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