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Sunday, April 20, 2014

The bodies of the 13 Excluded from Dumps Snow on Everest

The bodies of the 13 Excluded from Dumps Snow on Everest

Nepalese authorities to temporarily halt the ascent of Mount Everest, while search teams dig snow and ice on Sunday.

Search team looking for three Sherpa guides like lost due to avalanche deadliest atop the highest mountain in the world.

So far, the avalanche has killed 13 others. The bodies of the 13 have been found and removed from the pile of snow on Saturday.
Most of the path to the Khumbu Icefall, climbing lanes where an avalanche swept a group of guides early Friday, collapsing completely Ang Tshering of the Nepal Hikers Association, said the new climbing lane should be made, mines should be repaired and aluminum ladders should be placed in different parts of the ice wall before climbing routine can be done.
Tshering said, a different group of Sherpa guides, who have passed through the area before the landslide, trouble back to the main camp. They were, he said, could only go home after a new route is created.
The identity of the victims and the missing is still not announced officially. Tourism ministry spokesman, Mohan Krishna Sapkota, said to support search and rescue operations are ongoing, three helicopters have been delivered to site.
This incident shows the risks faced by the local guide when making preparations for the climbers. Over 3,000 people have managed to conquer the highest peak in the world since it was first performed by Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay from New Zealand in 1963.VOA

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