The search for three climbers, who went missing on Pakistan’s K2 mountain earlier this month, has found no trace of them.
Iceland’s John Snorri, 47, Chile’s Juan Pablo Mohr, 33, and Pakistan’s Muhammad Ali Sadpara, 45, lost contact with base camp on February 5 during their ascent of what global mountaineers describe as the killer mountain. K2 is the world’s second-highest mountain at 8,611 meters.
“An unprecedented search in the history of mountaineering has been ongoing,” Vanessa O’Brien, the first British-American mountaineer to climb K2, said Sunday.
She is assisting the search effort as part of the virtual base camp comprising family members details ⇒
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