April 29, Kathmandu: An Indian climber was rescued from Camp III of Mt Annapurna today afternoon. He suffered from high altitude sickness and was in very critical condition according to sources. Immediately rescue team evacuated him and dropped him down at Annapurna base camp via chopper. He was sent to Kathmandu for further treatment.
Similarly, on April 26 an Indian female climber was rescued from Everest Camp II. She was suffering from high-altitude sickness. She was taken to Kathmandu for further treatment.
On April 23 an Indian national suffering from acute altitude sickness was also rescued from the North base camp of Mt Annapurna. He was sent to Kathmandu for further treatment.
On April 21, an Indian climber suffering from acute altitude sickness was also rescued from Mt Kangchenjunga and transferred to a hospital in Kathmandu.