Ran Fiennes, February 18th at Belgian Princess Elizabeth Station, Antarctica, the first and, currently, only zero emission research facility on the continent.
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Winter South Pole crossing: Ranulph Fiennes to be evacuated from Antarctica
Posted: Feb 26, 2013 07:26 pm EST
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(Newsdesk) Ranulph Fiennes has developed a case of frostbite, announced The Coldest Journey team. "The frostbite was sustained whilst Fiennes was making adjustments to one of his ski bindings which had become loose, and there was no failure of the binding. It was whilst making these adjustments that he briefly removed his glove," the team reported today.Regarding Fiennes' injury, Dr Robert Lambert, the Ice Team doctor, said: "Ran has frostbite injuries to four fingers of his left hand, sustained during his usual ski training...
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