Pakistan army rescues trapped foreign climbers

Web DeskAugust 18, 2023
Pakistan army rescues trapped foreign climbers

The Pakistan Army’s successful rescue operation saved the lives of six foreign climbers who were stranded on the challenging peak of Concordia for several days. The mission was initiated in response to a distress call from the climbers, including four British nationals, one Polish climber, and their local guide.

Facing unforeseen challenges and deteriorating weather conditions, the group had encountered difficulties during their ascent five days earlier. The situation was further exacerbated by severe breathing problems experienced by all members during their climb to the peak.

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Separately, Pakistani authorities launched an investigation into the tragic death of a local porter who fell from a narrow trail while attempting to climb K2 the previous month. The incident gained significant attention on social media platforms, sparking public outrage and calls for a thorough investigation.

Iqbal Hussain, heading the fact-finding committee, announced that the inquiry would specifically focus on “mountaineering moral values.” The committee aims to deliver its findings within 15 days, shedding light on the circumstances of both the climbers’ rescue and the local porter’s tragic demise.

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