AUDIO BLOG: Jason Black 24/07/15

Mountaineer Jason Black.

Mountaineer Jason Black.

By Harry Walsh
Letterkenny businessman and mountaineer Jason Black has stepped down from his summit push to re-evaluate the situation.

It follows an avalanche this morning which buried all their gear while one of their Sherpas picked up a broken arm after being hit by a falling rock.

On Monday, a climber was killed in an avalanche on Broad Peak – the mountain just beside K2 that climbers use to acclimatise.

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The 'tired and emotional' Letterkenny man has been inundated with messages of support on social media.


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