Frost-bitten French woman climber saved in Himalayas arrives home


Elisabeth Revol, rescued by an elite group of Polish climbers who scaled part of the 8,125-metre-tall Nanga Parbat mountain in darkness overnight Saturday and Sunday to reach her, when she and her since-disappeared Polish companion ran into difficulties, has arrived back in France where surgeons will attempt to save her from amputation of frost-bitten fingers and toes.

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The French mountaineer who was saved in a daring night-time rescue on Nanga Parbat has now flown home, vowing to come back to scale other mountains, reports Geo News.