Naval force salvages 4 from tugboat off Mumbai drift

Mumbai: The Indian Navy has protected four team individuals from a tugboat off the Mumbai drift after the vessel ran on solid land on rocks amid low tide, an announcement said.

A pain call was gotten at the Mumbai Main Police Control Room from the tugboat after which a police dispatch from Mahim achieved the site around 9.15 pm on Monday.

Yet, they couldn't approach the tugboat because of rocks and shallow waters.

The Indian Navy was then drawn closer for help and the Joint Operations Center was likewise reached by the police.

"At around 11.20 pm, a maritime Seaking C helicopter, with jumpers on load up, was propelled from Naval Air Station Shikra. The helicopter could extricate every one of the four stranded men and came back to base by 11.45 pm," the Indian Navy said in an announcement.

The protected men were given a restorative investigate entry by a specialist of INS Shikra. The group was protected and no damage was accounted for.

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