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“Wolfgang was part of the group who attempted the summit from the Kinshoffer route,” Gerfried’s home team wrote.“Hans Wenzl topped-out at about 2.30pm; Michaela Landl and Herbert Schütter turned around due to the late hour – but Wolfgang continued. Louis Rousseau took pictures of the track and found some of Wolfgang’s belongings (backpack, a globe, a cap) and took them down to BC.” “Meanwhile climbers in BC have helped some exhausted members of the summit group on their way down.As climbers return to BC, more details are emerging about the weekend’s summit push and difficult descent on Nanga Parbat: Wolfgang Köblinger lost balance in high winds and fell to his death shortly after reaching the summit.Another fall, on an unroped section between C3 and C2 took Miss Go’s life on Saturday.No hopes for Köblinger Gerfried’s Göschl’s home team stated all hope is out to find Wolfgang Köblinger alive.The team leader explained over sat phone the circumstances during which Köblinger disappeared.
“Miss Go’s body was sighted down the Messner Couloir.(K2Climb.net) Lt Col(R) Ilyas Ahmad Mirza of Askari Aviation (“The Fearless Five”) in Pakistan told Ex Web in an email this morning that two helicopters were sent yesterday to retrieve Miss Go’s remains on Nanga Parbat but her body, earlier spotted on a steep slope, was missing from the location today.The helis are likely to return tomorrow to resume the search.He reached the summit together with a Korean expedition at pm. Following a very strong gust of wind the Koreans glanced back with Wolfgang nowhere to be seen. Today (yesterday) at six, all our team members are safely back in BC.” Details on Miss Oh and Miss Go Giuseppe Pompili confirmed the late Korean Go Mi-Sun’s summit time, provided some details on her accident, and added a correction – stating Miss Oh Eun-Sun was first to summit that day, climbing on O2.“I had mistaken the two Koreans,” Giuseppe Pompili noted.