Ice Climbing Fall

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+25 1. Sin_iZ commented 7 years ago

watching this my muscles contracted - scary shit.
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+31 2. Dmitry commented 7 years ago

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+8 3. imagic commented 7 years ago

besides that ankle i guess he is a very lucky man, i held my breath watching this
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+73 4. Zebulun commented 7 years ago

Fortunately, he was very easy to locate due to the brown trail that followed him down the mountain.
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+3 5. BiCH commented 7 years ago

Even I got adrenaline rush... :O
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+3 6. Gondy10 commented 7 years ago

@Zebulun,
yeah! that's what I am thinking too. Shit on his under is totally understandable..
Thank god he is ok..
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+4 7. Paul1968 commented 7 years ago

lucky fucker..... if that had been me i'd have hit every rock on the way down and probably broken a lot more bones too.
#4 made me laugh
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+1 8. mosfet23 commented 7 years ago

It's not just the bones broken but the risk of starving to death by being immobilized without help. That, and the cost and risk for the folks who have to regularly bail out adrelenine junkies who keep putting themselves in harm's way.
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+1 9. MajorIdea commented 7 years ago

Dick move mountain, dick move...
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+1 10. banzemanga commented 7 years ago

I am not sure this is 'fail'. But i am curious on how the ice fell on him. Did someone threw it at him?
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0 11. ptsantos commented 7 years ago

are you ok? all because of a piece of ice... :(
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+2 12. aquilon1234 commented 7 years ago

#9, I agree with you it's not "fail" it's "fall" and an unlucky one. he did not do a thing to bring this to him ... besides being there in the first place... :) I,m relieved that he survived with such, comparatively, little consequences. I doubt that someone purposefuly threw a piece of ice at him... accident... if you go to the Huffington Post link above, you'll the explanation first hand, there's an interview with the climber...
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+5 13. Cyrille commented 7 years ago

#9 Gravity ?
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+1 14. Weebor commented 7 years ago

i like the bit at the end where all he has to say is "that f**king hurt", i think i may of had a bit more to say lol
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+1 15. LQoQK commented 7 years ago

1:24 that must have hurt alot
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0 16. drewsutton commented 7 years ago

I like the way his first concern is if his camera is still attached to his head... lol.
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0 17. Pizzathehutt26 commented 7 years ago

That was scary stuff, reminds me of that documentary 'Touching the Void'.