High Performance Halogen Flood light Tripod Stand – Ip68 Atv Front Work Light
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150W Halogen lamp, r7s78mm With 1.5m H05vv-F and Plug(VDE ,SAA option)
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|Lamp body material||Aluminum die casting body, With 5mm tempering glass|
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This KGW Archive presentation takes viewers through the long painful hours as rescuers searched for missing climbers from the Oregon Episcopal School.
It was one of the worst mountaineering tragedies in U.S. history.
May 12th, 1986, fear gripped friends and families of thirteen people from the Oregon Episcopal School who were missing on Mt. Hood.
Ten sophomore students, two teachers and a guide from the school had been close to the summit but turned around and began the climb down when the weather turned treacherous, with 60 mile-per-hour winds and heavy snow.
They didn’t get far before they realized the blinding snow and frigid cold would force them to shelter in place.
At the base of the mountain, concern turned to fear, then to dread as the climbers failed to appear and night began to fall.
Initially, rescuers had tried to climb toward the white river area, where they thought the climbers would be. But they, too, could barely see and had to rope together just to move with any sense of safety.
The next day, two from the group managed to struggle down the mountain and stumbled into Timberline lodge. They told rescue coordinators that the climbers had dug a snow cave as shelter. That brought hope that the trapped climbers could be found safely.
On day two the weather cleared. A helicopter rescue crew was able to begin a search. Sadly, it quickly became clear that the situation was dire when rescuers spotted three bodies but not the cave. It had been buried under five feet of snow.
Search teams on the ground fanned out and used long poles as probes hoping to find anything.
The technique worked. They found the cave. The eight remaining climbers were inside.
The parking lot of Timberline was suddenly a medical triage and helicopter-evacuation command center as the climbers were brought down, stabilized and transported to Portland hospitals.
Sadly, though, their conditions had deteriorated so much that in the end, only two from the cave would survive.
In all nine of the thirteen who set out to climb Mt Hood died on the mountain.
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