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Ama Dablam avalanche: 1 killed‚ 3 rescued


KATHMANDU: A Nepali sherpa guide was killed as an avalanche hit a group of mountaineers in Mount Ama Dablam in Khumjung-7 of Solukhumbu distirct on Monday morning.

The victim has been identified as 26-year-old Dendi Sherpa, a permanent resident of Jubing, Solukhumbu.

Three foreign mountaineers—one Swiss, one Russian and one Briton—who were injured in the incident above the Base 2 of the 6,812-metre mountain have been rescued, police said.

The incident reportedly took place at around 6 am when the group was heading to the peak from Base 2.

They were airlifted to Kathmandu by a chopper and have been admitted to the Capital-based Vayodha Hospital. There condition is normal, according to police.

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