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forum posting 22 May 2016 23:36 #9914

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In the article, 3 climbers die in 3 days on Mount Everest by Phurba Sherpa and Madison Park in discusses that “three climbers died in three days on Mount Everest,” one of them was Sherpa a Dutchman women, and the other two climbers were Australian women. While there are “two other climbs” are considered to be missing. The article discuses that there was a break for two years due to a “catastrophic earthquake and deadly avalanche” that hit in “Nepal in 2015” which killed 16 people. In the article, it discusses that “authorities reported three consecutive days of deaths”. Furthermore, it discuses that a “crew member Phurba Sherpa”, who was a 25 year old was fixing a “a route about 150 meters” when he “fell” to his death. Moreover, it discusses that another climber, Eric Arnold who was 36 years old died from a “suspected heart attack” on Friday night. The article, explains that two of the climbers missing are Indian descendant from “state of West Bengal”. The two men missing are known to be “Paresh Nath and Goutam Ghosh” who have “been out of contact since Saturday night”.
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