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Indian woman dies at Mount Everest base camp.

Indian climber died in Nepal. The climber died on Thursday during treatment in Solkhamb district of Nepal. The tourism department of Nepal has confirmed this.

By Team Pardaphash 
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Kathmandu: An Indian mountaineer who was trying to set a world record by becoming the first Asian woman with a pacemaker to scale the world’s highest peak died on Thursday. Yuvraj Khatiwada, director of the Nepali tourism department, said Indian mountaineer Suzanne Leopoldina, who was fitted with a pacemaker, did not fit the parameters during training at the base camp. That’s why she was forbidden to climb Mount Everest, which she refused. Suzanne climbed up to 5800 meters, but was taken back due to ill health. Suzanne was taken to the city of Lukla by a hired helicopter on Wednesday evening, which was admitted to the hospital there.

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It took him 12 hours to climb just 250 meters from the base camp. After this his condition worsened. she died on May 18 in Lukla’s hospital. Suzanne’s body was brought to Kathmandu on Thursday afternoon and sent to Tribhuvan University Teaching Hospital in Maharajganj Municipality for post-mortem. Suzanne’s family members have been informed and they are expected to reach Kathmandu by Friday evening.

This is the fourth incident in the last 3 days. So far, eight Chinese and Indian climbers have died on Mount Everest during the current season that began in March. According to reports, 175 climbers are currently climbing Mount Everest. Significantly, eight of the world’s 14 highest peaks are in Nepal. The Government of Nepal has issued 478 permits to climb Everest this year. The best time to climb Everest starts in March and ends in May. After this the weather gets worse here, which makes it dangerous to stay here.

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