4 climbers rescued from Mount Rainier

Four climbers were rescued from Mount Rainier's Liberty Ridge after attempts had been thwarted by high winds and harsh weather for several days.
0:42 | 06/07/19

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We're hearing now from one of the four climbers pulled the safety after getting stranded in a storm on Mount Rainier in Washington. They originally had planned a short trip to the summit but they got stuck on the mountain for four days. Now high winds destroyed their tents and blew away there GPS along with their sleeping bags and shovel. When spent breaking the ten repayments. Was kind of Cologne for the fans. Trying to hold onto everything. Was outside everything just got rid slip out somehow we made it through. Really cold. They eventually found enough reception to call 911 all four are suffering from hypothermia. But are expected to be okay.

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