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April 18th, 2014
08:26 PM ET

Climber: Surviving an avalanche is a matter of chance

An avalanche on Mount Everest has killed at least a dozen Sherpa guides; Conrad Anker climbed with one of them. CNN's Brooke Baldwin talks to him about the tragedy and asks him to discuss the dangers of climbing the world's tallest mountain.


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    If mountain climbers are an obvious risk to themselves – and in some cases, to others as these individuals often cause accidents which kill others – and the sport is done for entertainment, why then aren't they involuntarily committed to psychiatric facilities?

    April 27, 2014 at 11:48 am |

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