British man is rescued with severe hypothermia after attempt to climb Mont Blanc in tracksuit


A British man is recovering in hospital after being rescued ‘five minutes’ from dying after attempting to tackle western Europe’s highest mountain without proper equipment – to celebrate his birthday. 

Feda Hussein, 26, was found by Italy’s Aosta Valley Mountain Rescue on Sunday morning on the Bionnassay glacier after calling for help the previous evening.

The graduate aerospace engineer became lost amid stormy conditions and got into difficulty at an elevation of 3100 metres (10,170ft) on…



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