New Mexico, 21 people get stuck on cable car – Closeup

New Mexico, 21 people get stuck on cable car – Closeup
New Mexico, 21 people get stuck on cable car – Closeup

Twenty-one people were rescued in Albuquerque (New Mexico, USA) after being stranded overnight in two cabins of a cableway due to ice on the cables that forced operators to stop the Sandia Peak Tramway. According to local media, employees of the company that manages the plant and of a restaurant located on the mountain were traveling on the cableway: they were the last races of the day, around 9 pm. The alarm, however, reached the New Mexico Search and Rescue towards 3 am, and the rescuers took several hours to reach the area – beaten by bad weather – and develop the rescue plan. Those stranded were brought ashore by helicopters, and the whole operation ended at 1pm. Today the cableway has remained closed due to strong winds.

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Mexico people stuck cable car Closeup

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