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Elisabeth Revol rescued and Tomek Mackiewicz presumed dead on Nanga Parbat

Nanga Parbat (8126m). [Photo] Guilhem Vellut, Wikimedia Elisabeth Revol of France has been rescued and Tomek Mackiewicz of Poland is presumed dead after they summited Nanga Parbat (8126m) in Pakistan for the mountain's second winter ascent. Masha Gordon, a friend of Revol's, said the pair summited on January 25. This was Mackiewicz's seventh trip to climb the mountain in winter, and Revol partnered with him for at least three of those expeditions, including an attempt in 2015 when they reached 7800 meters.
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