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Everest: Two Climbers Die on Descent

Two members of the Seven Summit Treks team died on descent from Everest's summit yesterday and the circumstances, while not completely clear, bring back sad memories from 2019. Weather conditions were great and there was no accident. Both died on descent, reportedly from exhaustion. According to ...

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