This Man Survived A Night At The Top Of Mt. Everest | I Shouldn't Be Alive S4 EP15 | Wonder

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  • Published on:  Saturday, October 13, 2018
  • On Mt. Everest a climber falls into unconsciousness at 28,000 feet. His sherpa guides leave him, presuming him to be dead, but he wakes up. Now he faces the impossible; to survive the night alone, with no oxygen, on the worlds highest mountain. Subscribe to WONDER to watch more documentaries: https://www.youtube.com/WonderDocsWitness the extraordinary stories of ordinary people who found themselves in life or death survival situations. With first-hand accounts and incredible re-enactments, I Shouldn't Be Alive presents the raw danger these people faced and shows the physical and mental battle they all had to overcome in their effort to stay alive. Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thewonderch...Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheWonderCha...WONDER is packed with binge worthy reality documentaries for hours of entertainment. Check out our hub of diverse and empowering stories which explore the extreme side of life!Content licensed from ITV Global to Little Dot Studios. Any queries, please contact us at: [email protected] #wonder #ishouldntbealive #isba #survivalstories #survival #survivalvideos #Isbawonder #weirdandwonderful #humaninterest
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  • AHS Society
    AHS Society  10 months ago +6832

    The names of those who saved him: . The rescue team comprised Nima Wangde Sherpa, Passang Sherpa, Furba Rushakj Sherpa, Dawa Tenzing Sherpa, Dorjee Sherpa, Mingma Sherpa, Mingma Dorjee Sherpa, Pemba Sherpa, Pemba Nuru Sherpa, Passang Gaylgen Sherpa, and Lakcha Sherpa.

  • Lil Oku
    Lil Oku  3 months ago +1204

    Man: I passed out again!
    Sherpas: this muthafucka 😐

  • David Jones
    David Jones  4 months ago +681

    im sorry but why is this the story about him and not about the brave sherpas who kept him alive. someone who should not have bee n on everest in the first place ....

  • J Mallett
    J Mallett  4 months ago +528

    Getting him off the mountain must have been absolute hell, hats off to the rescuers

  • Ozee Baby
    Ozee Baby  4 months ago +286

    How on Earth could a man survive Everest.....with the help of the most amazing people, credit to those sherpas. True heroes.

  • Truth Is Freedom
    Truth Is Freedom  8 months ago +5436

    It’s a shame they didn’t put any focus on “those Sherpa” that saved his life... not one interview, not even their names... they are the true heroes in this story..

  • ramble joe
    ramble joe  4 months ago +222

    I actually have huge respect for those Sherpas. They must have good physical strength and psychological strength to be able to "push" the weak climber to survive. So self sacrificial. This is what rivetted me to the story and watch a couple of times.

  • cactus54z Fortnite
    cactus54z Fortnite  1 months ago +169

    RIP Pempa Sherpa 😢 1982-2006 died because he fell into a crevasse 😞

  • Petra Muket
    Petra Muket  3 months ago +244

    And they talk about him as if he was a hero.😕who sent him there? Just Bc he wanted to say he claimed a freaking mountain.what about those who risked their lives to save him.

  • 卩卄3几ㄒㄖ爪ㄖ卩ㄒ_

    What's worse?
    76 days in the middle of the ocean like to agree
    Or
    One night on mount Everest? Comment to agree

  • Megarah Walker
    Megarah Walker  5 months ago +2758

    This is how my parents explained how they got to school

  • Sue Hadley
    Sue Hadley  4 months ago +167

    Once again someone risks their own life, then expects others to risk theirs to rescue him . I have so much respect for the sherpas - not that they have many employment options 😟

  • weldingwarrior 4life
    weldingwarrior 4life  2 months ago +150

    Hopefully this Lincoln guy paid the people who saved him and I mean paid them a lot .

  • cherryclan1
    cherryclan1  21 days ago +35

    i applaud this man for telling his story bc it certainly doesn’t make him look good, but it serves as a cautionary to those who may want to climb. not worth the risk to your life, limbs, family.

  • Susan MinhTrang Nguyen
    Susan MinhTrang Nguyen  3 months ago +141

    Is it really worth risking your life and others just to say you climbed Mt Everest? I honestly don’t understand.

  • KL Cassidy
    KL Cassidy  5 months ago +1237

    For 2 strangers to spend a day to climb up and down the mountain and force another stranger down the mountain to save their life, they should be rewarded for their bravery and kind hearts.

  • Sub2 PewDiePie
    Sub2 PewDiePie  2 days ago +1

    Ik what it feels to be him he couldnt keep moving that happened to me and i fell.

  • Shiv
    Shiv  3 months ago +72

    Salute to sherpas.they fulfill these fools ego.so that can say we climbed Everest.

  • Sristi Adhikari
    Sristi Adhikari  21 days ago +41

    Proud of my Sherpa brothers from Nepal 👏👏 True heroes

  • E Hero
    E Hero  3 months ago +62

    Next episode
    This man survived 3 seconds in space 48 min video