The second-day of Pakistan Army’s rescue operation ended with no sign of missing climbers including renowned Pakistani mountaineer Muhammad Ali Sadpara, who had gone missing while attempting a winter summit of K2 on Friday night.
The operation was launched yesterday after contact with the three-member expedition could not be established on Friday.
“Ali Sadpara from Pakistan, John Snorri from Iceland and Juan Pablo from Chile are still missing on the K2 mountain expedition,” officials in Skardu said.
The rescue and search team of Pakistan Army are using helicopters in extremely challenging weather and flew as high as 7,000 meters but unfortunately have not spotted anyone even on second day of rescue.
Lots of prayers for a successful rescue mission and may the climbers reach back safe and sound.