Lawyer becomes second American to die on Mount Everest this week

With just a narrow window of good weather – and narrow trails – log-jammed climbers are forced to spend longer stretches in lethal “death-zone” conditions.

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21 thoughts on “Lawyer becomes second American to die on Mount Everest this week

  1. The highest graveyard in the world. That country is to blame for being greedy and putting money first before human life. What will it look like in 20yrs. An obstacle course over frozen corpses is what.

  2. This was a major contributor to the 1996 disaster. Too many people waiting to summit, wasting their oxygen in their tanks, their window of good weather, and their energy while they stand around waiting, When will the Nepalese government pass a law limiting the amount of ppl that can climb that final stretch in the death zone?! Just this one act would have saved so many lives.

  3. For those who said that it is a waste of time to climb up there.no ur wrong.When they reach the TOP of Mount Everest they will feel a sense of satisfaction and something they feel proud of.And yes they do know its dangerous but they do it for the sake to fulfil their dreams

  4. I really couldn’t give a shit. Who the hell told you to even go near it, you first-world, bucket-list wannabe asshole? Go have your fucking midlife crisis somewhere else. Zero degrees and zero pity for people who are that fucking stupid.

  5. Crack avarice
    Promptly right … the Nepalese government will have to take action as soon as possible if it does not want to be judged by the whole world to be an accomplice to those lives left behind. And how to get children into the high water without having reassured themselves that they took the right precautions if they can swim or not. And how to say "go go" and at the risk I turn to the other side.

  6. Having to step over a dead body…to KEEP climbing… DAH!! TURN AROUND !!! I guess they can't teach COMMON SENCE in schools.
    I'm sorry they choose to risk their lives to climb that mountain, but it was THEIR choice to be there in the first place.
    At a point in my life I was a life guard. I'd rather loose my life trying to SAVE someone than put others LIVES at risk when they have to risk their lives trying to get a person now in trouble down a mountain THEY choose to be on.

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