A Romanian climber has died on Mount Everest

Officials confirmed that a Romanian climber died on Monday morning at the third camp on Everest at an altitude of 7470 meters. Everest Chronicle.

Gabriel Viorel Tabara, 48, was found dead in his tent by his Sherpa guide, according to his trip organizer Magalu Adventure.

“Gabriel and his Sherpa guide had a normal day and the climbers usually went to their tents. But Gabriel never got up,” company owner Mohan Lamsal told the Everest Chronicle, quoting his Sherpa guide.

Kimlal Gautam, head of the Office of Field Monitoring and Facilitation of Expeditions, confirmed his death. Gautham said, “I asked for the details of the incident.

Gabriel is the third casualty of the season on the world’s highest mountain. About 400 climbers had reached Mount Everest by Tuesday, Gautham said. On Tuesday alone, more than 160 climbers made a last-ditch effort to reach Mount Everest.

Gabriel had been on the mountain for more than two months as he planned to climb Lhotse without supplemental oxygen. He completed acclimatization and several rounds of rotation in preparation for the push up.

“It is definitely not lack of oxygen because people are not taking oxygen in Camp III. The cause of death can be confirmed only after post-mortem,” Lamsal said.

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