A traffic jam of climbers block the route to and from the summit of Everest, possibly killing Anjali Kulkarni after she spent too long at high altitude. Photo: Project possible
A traffic jam of climbers block the route to and from the summit of Everest, possibly killing Anjali Kulkarni after she spent too long at high altitude. Photo: Project possible

Death on Everest after Indian and American climbers become stuck in 200-person summit traffic jam

  • Donald Lynn Cash and Anjali Kulkarni suffer from fatal altitude sickness, as at least one guide blames 200-person long summit queue for tragedy
  • A clear weather window encourages hordes of mountaineers to make for the summit at the same time

Topic |   Climbing and mountaineering
A traffic jam of climbers block the route to and from the summit of Everest, possibly killing Anjali Kulkarni after she spent too long at high altitude. Photo: Project possible
A traffic jam of climbers block the route to and from the summit of Everest, possibly killing Anjali Kulkarni after she spent too long at high altitude. Photo: Project possible
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