- Multiple avalanches hit Gurez sector near Line of Control
- 10 soldiers and 4 civilians killed
- Warnings of more avalanches in next two days
The Colonel said another avalanche swept away an army patrol in the same area. Seven bodies have been recovered so far.
The army did not give the exact number of people in the patrol and said rescuers were searching for other missing soldiers.
"The area continues to receive heavy snowfall, but our coordinated rescue operations are in progress," Colonel Kalia said.
Kashmir has seen heavy snow this week and authorities have warned of the "high danger" of avalanches over the next two days.
Officials evacuated dozens of residents from high-risk areas after authorities issued avalanche warning in many parts of the region, especially along the Line of Control.
On Wednesday, four members of a family and an army officer were killed when they were buried by two separate avalanches.
In 2012, a massive avalanche in Pakistan-Occupied Kashmir killed 140 people