Japanese climber, who lost 9 fingers trying to climb Mount Everest, dies on 8th attempt

A Japanese mountain climber, who lost all but one of his fingertips to frostbite in a previous expedition, died during an eighth attempt to scale Mount Everest, according to local officials. Nobukazu Kuriki’s body was found on the mountain Monday and was …
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