I Fell Down a Crevasse and Filmed It
American geologist John All fell twenty metres down a crevasse on a research trip to the Himalayas and managed to video himself. Despite five broken ribs, a broken right arm and a dislocated shoulder, he inched himself out, crawled to his tent, and posted a status update on his Facebook page - which led, eventually, to him being rescued.
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Picture: Prof John All on a previous trip to Peru
Picure Credit: Prof John All