Elisabeth REVOL sauvée

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  • Pakistan Mountaineers Rescue
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    Pakistan Mountaineers Rescue
    04/05/2004
    Musaf Zaman Kazmi/AP/SIPA
    FILE - In this May 4, 2004 file photo, Nanga Parbat, the ninth highest mountain in the world, is seen in Pakistan's northern area. A Pakistani official said Sunday, Jan. 28, 2018, that volunteers were able to rescue Elisabeth Revol, a French mountaineer from the Himalayan peak but because of poor weather called off efforts to retrieve a Polish climber, Tomasz Mackiewicz, who was suffering from snow blindness and altitude sickness. (AP Photo/Musaf Zaman Kazmi, File)/PAKTH101/18028384555195/A...

  • Polish climber dies on Nanga Parbat
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    Polish climber dies on Nanga Parbat
    20/05/2016
    TOMASZ URBANEK/ENPOL/SIPA
    Polish climbers rescued French mountaineer Elisabeth Revol from the treacherous slopes of Pakistan’s “Killer Mountain” Nanga Parbat but were unable to save her climbing companion Polish climber Tomasz Mackiewicz.
    Revol and Mackiewicz had called for help on Friday January 26, 2018 from about 7,400 meters up Pakistan’s second-highest peak, the 8,126 meter (26,660 feet) Nanga Parbat.
    A team of Polish climbers (Denis Urubko, Adam Bielecki, Jaroslaw Botor and Piotrek Tomala) preparing for the...

  • Polish climber dies on Nanga Parbat
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    Polish climber dies on Nanga Parbat
    29/11/2015
    BLAWICKI PIOTR/ENPOL/SIPA
    Polish climbers rescued French mountaineer Elisabeth Revol from the treacherous slopes of Pakistan’s “Killer Mountain” Nanga Parbat but were unable to save her climbing companion Polish climber Tomasz Mackiewicz.
    Revol and Mackiewicz had called for help on Friday January 26, 2018 from about 7,400 meters up Pakistan’s second-highest peak, the 8,126 meter (26,660 feet) Nanga Parbat.
    A team of Polish climbers (Denis Urubko, Adam Bielecki, Jaroslaw Botor and Piotrek Tomala) preparing for the...

  • Polish climber dies on Nanga Parbat
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    Polish climber dies on Nanga Parbat
    27/10/2014
    Bartosz Krupa/ENPOL/SIPA
    Polish climbers rescued French mountaineer Elisabeth Revol from the treacherous slopes of Pakistan’s “Killer Mountain” Nanga Parbat but were unable to save her climbing companion Polish climber Tomasz Mackiewicz.
    Revol and Mackiewicz had called for help on Friday January 26, 2018 from about 7,400 meters up Pakistan’s second-highest peak, the 8,126 meter (26,660 feet) Nanga Parbat.
    A team of Polish climbers (Denis Urubko, Adam Bielecki, Jaroslaw Botor and Piotrek Tomala) preparing for the...