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On Monday night, rescuers completed evacuation of tourists, who got stuck on the cable way, which connects the village Miskhor on the southern coast of the Crimea and the top of Mount Ai-Petri. Rescue operation lasted about nine hours, the press center of the State Emergency Service of Ukraine reports.
According to the Service, 76 people were in cable cars, including 13 children. Earlier, representatives of the Crimean department called the other numbers - initially 70 and later - 75 people.
"No one was injured, the cause of stop is installed," State Emergency Service reports. According to the Service, the rescued are the citizens of Ukraine, Russia and Armenia.
Leadership of Yalta provided passengers of a broken cable way with meals and transfer to the city.
On August 11, at 3:40 p.m., cable cars with people on the way Miskhor - Ai-Petri stopped due to a technical fault.