Nepalayatimes/Indian climber dies at Camp IV on Everest and army team member on Mt Makalu
Kathmandu – At least two Indian climbers died while descending from the summit of Mt Everest and Mt Makalu last night, according to the expedition organiser.
Narayan Singh, a member of the maiden Indian Army expedition to Mt Makalu breathed his last at the height of 8,200 meters due to suffering from high altitude sickness when he, along with other members, was descending from the summit point on Thursday night Said Mingma Sherpa, Chairman at Seven Summit Treks.
Meanwhile, Ravi Thakar from India was found dead inside his tent at Camp IV on Mt Everest early this morning. “Fellow climbers found him dead inside the tent,” Sherpa said adding that Ravi was part of an eight-member expedition led by renowned Irish climber Noel Richard Hanna. The fate of the missing Irish climber is still unknown.
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