China News Service, Kunming, February 28 (Chen Jing) The reporter learned from the Kunming Fire Rescue Detachment on the 28th that as of 23:50 on February 27, all 31 people trapped in the Jiaozi Snow Mountain in Kunming were safely escorted to the scenic cableway The transfer point at the next station (Xiapingzi Station) is not life-threatening except for some personnel suffering from physical exhaustion and altitude sickness.
At 20:5 on February 27, 2022, the command center of the Kunming Fire Rescue Detachment received an alarm: 31 people were walking in the Jiaozi Snow Mountain Tourist Scenic Spot, and some people were lost and needed help.
After receiving the alarm, the Kunming Fire Rescue Detachment Command Center immediately dispatched fire rescue forces to the scene, and coordinated with the scenic spot management office and the public security to deal with it.
During the period, the command center of the fire rescue detachment continued to contact the alarm person to understand the status and location of the personnel, and reminded to travel in a "group" as much as possible.
The picture shows the fire rescue personnel carrying the trapped people on their backs, courtesy of the Kunming Fire Rescue Detachment
At 22:4 that night, the fire rescue force arrived at the scene. After understanding the situation on the spot, the rescuers were divided into 3 groups as soon as possible, and the staff of the scenic spot and the public security police carried out search and transfer.
The first group of fire rescue personnel set up a transfer point at Xiapingzi, the lower station of the cableway in the scenic area, and prepared cold-proof and warm-keeping materials, food support materials, oxygen cylinders and transfer vehicles; , make preparations for receiving and transferring; the third group walks along the scenic plank road for search and rescue along the way.
At 23:50, all 31 people were safely escorted to the transfer point at the lower station of the cableway in the scenic spot (Xiapingzi Station). Except for some people who suffered from physical exhaustion and altitude sickness, there was no danger to their lives.