Scientist Falls 70 Feet Into Mountain Crevasse, Films Incredible Journey for Survival: VIDEO

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Think 127 Hours but in the snow..

Western Kentucky University professor John All was conducting climate research on Mount Himlung in Nepal on Monday when he suddenly fell into a 70-foot crevasse.

All, who broke his arm, five ribs, and dislocated his shoulder, managed to document his 4-5 hour journey to the surface in a series of videos posted on YouTube. He was eventually rescued by helicopter the next morning and taken to a hospital, describing his ordeal as "one of life's hardest moments"

Check out the incredible journey for survival, AFTER THE JUMP





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  1. Note To John All: I conduct climate research in my own backyard, mainly with a thermometer out there and I've never once fallen into a crevasse.
    Get well soon - and get a safer job!

    Posted by: David From Canada | May 24, 2014 4:04:14 PM

  2. This is gay news, but a frustrated straight mass murderer isn't? Couldn't there be a lot of similar gay virgins out there?

    Posted by: Arrow | May 25, 2014 12:30:09 PM

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