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One of the world's most famous climbers has been killed in a mountaineering accident near Mount Everest. Ueli Steck was known as the "Swiss Machine" - because of his speed climbing and methodical approach. His body has been recovered from the mountain and flown to Nepal's.
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because of his speed climbing and methodical approach. His body has been recovered from the mountain and flown to Nepal's capital, Kathmandu, by helicopter. MPs say supermarkets should sell wonky fruit and veg and have.
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or release the 27-year-old. One of the world's most famous climbers has been killed in a mountaineering accident near Mount Everest. Ueli Steck was known as the Swiss Machine, because of his speed climbing and methodical approach. His body has been recovered from the mountain and flown to Nepal's capital, Kathmandu, by helicopter
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(KATHMANDU, Nepal) Famed Swiss climber Ueli Steck was killed Sunday in a mountaineering accident near Mount Everest in Nepal, expedition organizers said. Mingma Sherpa of Seven Summit Treks said Steck was killed at Camp 1 of Mount Nuptse. His body has been recovered from the site and been taken to Lukla, where the only airport in the Mount Everest area is located. Steck's family said the exact circumstances of his death were still unclear. The family is infinitely sad and asks that the media refrain from speculating about his death out of respect and consideration for Ueli, it said in a statement on Steck's website. As soon as reliable information about Ueli Steck's death becomes available, the media will be informed. Steck was planning to climb 8,850-meter (29,035-foot) Mount Everest and nearby Mount Lhotse next month.
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He's a mountain guide in Switzerland, the same as me. We don't know but it seems like he has slipped high up on the west shoulder of Everest. That's what he was trying to do, go up the west ridge and climb a route on the west edge of Everest. His body has been found lower down. It could have just been one little thing and when your solo climbing without rope, there's no chance.
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