Good news about Carlos Soria’s state of health after the accident suffered by the mountaineer when he was going to summit Dhaulagiri after a sherpa fell on him and injured his tibia.
Carlos Soria’s challenge account on Twitter announced this Thursday more news about the transfer of the Spanish mountaineer. “Carlos Soria is in Kathmandu. This morning he was transferred by helicopter from Camp Two of Dhaulagiri. He is in the hospital in the Nepalese capital receiving the first treatments and diagnosis. Thank you all so much for your support!!!”
A rescue in which The work of the team that accompanied Carlos Soria to bring the mountaineer down to Camp Two has been fundamental, and the Italian mountaineer and helicopter pilot Simone Moro, who was in charge of transferring Soria to the Kathmandu hospital, where the mountaineer will seek to recover from this tibia injury while waiting to attempt a new assault on Dhaulagiri at 84 years of age.