Four new bodies push Mount Everest death toll past yearly average

A grim discovery is raising new questions about the safety of climbing Mount Everest. Four bodies were found Tuesday inside a tent at the highest camp. This year’s death toll on the mountain has risen to 10. Vladimir Duthiers reports on why it may be getting more dangerous.

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