13 people trespassed in Cangshan, Dali, lost contact, including Sun Chunlong, the founder of "Veterans Go Home", 7 people have been rescued
2022-05-14: [Article Link]
In recent days, a total of 13 private individuals who had entered the mountain and whose communications had been interrupted and whose whereabouts were unknown, many had gone around the observation point in the village of Hilopi in Yunnan. As of Saturday afternoon, seven missing persons had been searched and rescued by rescue workers, and the search and rescue work was continuing. According to press reports, 10 individuals were found in the Maungshan Protection Zone on Friday (13th) morning, when the Employment Department arranged a forest ranger's tour, and were advised to return. However, as described above, seven field personnel, led by six local leaders, entered the Montagnard Protected Zone on their own by way of the duty checkpoint the previous morning. In recent rainy days, local authorities have organized a number of rescue forces to rescue the area. According to a group of villagers in the area, it is dangerous to enter the mountains on their own, and they will be fined if they find out. According to reports, the missing persons included Sun Chunlong, the founder of the public service "Veterans Home", who said that a group of people had gone up the hill looking for the "Master 60" plane that crashed over 80 years ago on the "Make Peak" route. They carried a number of satellite phones, but one of them was out of power and the other could not be reached because of the wet rains, while the members of the crew of the Blue Sky rescue team, in addition to the guidance they had experienced in the form of a back-up account, were also present. Among the losers are Sun Chunlong.
On May 9, Sun Chunlong issued a group of friends who said, "We have to walk four days, weigh more than ten kilograms, and cut a road out of the bush to secure military supplies for the war against Japan in the Second World War Asian war. For me, it's the biggest physical challenge of life."
According to the public data, 19 mountain peaks, formed from the north and the south, are the main peaks at the south end of the cloudy mountains, all above 3,500 metres above sea level and up to 4122 metres above sea level. As the peaks are taller, the peaks are very cold and snowy throughout the year.