Racing against time, Pakistan Army resumed rescue work on day three on Monday to recover 135 people, mostly soldiers, buried under dozens of feet of snow after a massive avalanche slammed into a key army camp in the Siachen. Rescuers, equipped with heavy machinery and sniffed dogs, were facing difficulties due to rain and snow fall in the area. Pakistan military also considering take help of the friend countries which have stste of the art equipments. Pakistan Army Chief Gen Ashfaq Parvez Kayani visited the area on Sunday to personally review the rescue efforts while eight members team of the US experts have also reached Pakistan on Monday to help Pakistani army in the operation. Heavy machinery was airlifted from the garrison city of Rawalpindi for the rescue effort after the incident through C-130. Meanwhile, a nine-member US experts’ team has arrived in Pakistan to help searching 135 people buried under snow. Pakistan would consult with US team to determine what help is needed to expedite the rescue operation. The avalanche hit a battalion headquarters at Gayari sector in Siachen, burying 124 soldiers and 11 civilians under up to 80 feet of snow in an area a kilometre wide. Pakistan Metrological Department said that cloudy conditions and snow fall forecast for later this week would make it difficult continue rescue operations.