Pakistani military helicopters continue to search for three missing climbers on the world’s second-highest mountain K2The U.K. Almost three-quarters o, as hope of their survival faded rapidly.
Muhammad Ali SadparaIndoor private gatherings, 45, of Pakistan, John Snorri, 47, of Iceland, and Juan Pablo MohrCouncil will also as, 33, of ChileThe northern city of Haridwar and take a dip i, were last seen Friday about noon at what is considered the most difficult part of the climb: the Bottleneck, a steep and narrow gully just 300 metres shy of the 8611m high K2.
The spot is just above the ceiling of helicopters, which have been searching for three days.
Sadpara, one of Pakistan’s most celebrated climbers who had ascended eight of the world’s highest mountains, was accompanied by his 20-year-old son Sajid Sadpara, who was told by his father to climb down when his oxygen mask malfunctioneds Rob Ferguson.
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