Rescued staff from being airlifted to AIIMS Rishikesh at the Chinyalisaur airstrip, in Uttarkashi district on November 29. (Image: PTI)
The AIIMS Rishikesh medical superintendent stated the 41 rescued staff have undergone radiology and cardiology assessments, and their reviews are awaited
The 41 staff who had been rescued from the collapsed Silkyara tunnel and airlifted to the premier AIIMS in Rishikesh will probably be saved beneath medical statement for someday. They have undergone radiology and cardiology assessments and the reviews are awaited, stated medical superintendent of AIIMS Rishikesh RB Kalia.
The medical workforce that examined them will give its opinion on Thursday on the premise of those reviews. Further motion will probably be taken accordingly, Kalia stated. The staff appear to be wonderful however one thing definitive could be stated solely when their check reviews arrive, he added.
Immediately after their evacuation on Tuesday night, the employees had been first taken to the neighborhood well being centre in Chinyalisaur from the place they had been flown in a Chinook helicopter to Rishikesh on Wednesday afternoon. They had been rescued in a multi-agency operation 17 days after a portion of the under-construction tunnel on the Char Dham route in Uttarakhand collapsed trapping them inside.