Climbers on Everest who were caught in an avalanche triggered by Saturday’s earthquake in Nepal have made a short film about the hours and days following the disaster.
The touching video, created by Canadian filmmaker Elia Sailkaly, shows the moment the avalanche hit Everest’s base camp and the rescue efforts immediately following it.
“Our hearts go out to those affected by the earthquake in Nepal, and we pray for the more than 4,000 people who lost their lives on April 25, 2015,” the caption to the video reads. “This is our experience at Mount Everest Base Camp after the avalanche. This is our tribute to the fallen.”
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