Mt. Everest Hopeful Abandons $100K Climb

Ed Marzec, 67, lost his friend, a Sherpa guide, in a deadly avalanche on the mountain.
0:41 | 04/22/14

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A Los Angeles man is giving up his dream of climbing Mount Everest at Mars act was on the mountain witnessed the avalanche last week that killed at least thirteen Sherpa -- Including his own guide and friend -- -- those had left ahead of Mars jacket all the other foreign climbers and were heading to higher ground to set up camps at age 67 -- stack was trying to become the oldest man. To ever climb Mount Everest and had already spent more than 100000 dollars. Now he started a fund to help -- surviving family members of his Sherpa and the others lost on the mountain.

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