Fallen Skier Survives 7-Hour Crawl in Snow

Patrick Luk fell several hundred feet off New Hampshire's Mt. Adams before crawling to safety.
0:55 | 04/10/14

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It was a fall down a steep snowy mountains that could have -- almost should have killed him but 122 year old defied death and has a story to -- Patrick -- that big scar on his face there from the fall is recovering after a hiking adventure that turned into a nightmare in New Hampshire. He was on a trail when he an ice slabs suddenly broke sending him plunging down a ravine Patrick says he fell nearly 700 feet. Prior when most terrifying things -- went airborne on the one point. Backwards -- up silicon see anything in. I felt like those in the -- for ten seconds I want to -- now. That was just part one with a badly injured -- and scared to death he had to crawl back to his car it took seven hours to get through the snow. The whole time Patrick says he was determined to survive he did and says he will return to the -- area again. Next year.

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