Second American dies on Mount Everest

Second American dies on Mount Everest

A Colorado lawyer died Monday while descending from the summit of Mount Everest, the second American in as many weeks to die during the peak climbing season. Christopher Kulish, 62, reached the 29,035-foot peak, but passed away suddenly at the South Col, approximately 3,000 feet below the summit. The specific cause of death was not immediately known.

NPC#1337 T3H H0nkulAr
NPC#1337 T3H H0nkulAr 7 months

I mean, they knew the risk, I feel like the corpses on the way up were a good hint.

Barny Fraggles
Barny Fraggles 7 months

It's a strange compulsion to need to do something that hundreds of people have already done with a very high probability of pointlessly cutting your life short in a horrificly sudden way but to each their own.

Andrew Johnston
Andrew Johnston 7 months

Tourists. One less is no great loss.

AY-MO mk2
AY-MO mk2 7 months

Quick ban Everest!!

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Gradient Flow
Gradient Flow 7 months

Guess this could be used as an example when people say "He died doing what he loved".

Plumer 7 months

The spirits of the mountain took offense at his epic receding hairline.

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