Remains believed to be from a Japanese man who slipped and fell while live-streaming on Mount Fuji in Tokyo, Japan have been found.
The live-streamer, whose name was not revealed, was streaming his climb to the summit of Mount Fuji on the Japanese website Niconico when he slipped and fell just a few meters below the summit, according to South China Morning Post.
Nirmal “Nims” Purja, a 36-year-old former soldier from Nepal, has broken a world record after climbing the 14 highest mountains in the world in just over six months.
Purja reached the 8,027-meter-high (26,335 feet) summit of Mount Shishapangma, Tibet on Tuesday, officially knocking the previous record out by a difference of over 7 years.
A snowstorm plowed through a hiker’s camp on Mount Gurja in Nepal, killing five South Korean climbers along with their four Nepali guides late last week.
The group, which included a South Korean world record holder, was trekking the 23,590-foot (7,193 meter) mountain when they came across the powerful storm on Friday, according to emergency assistance group Global Rescue.