Fernando Berman, 48, of New Jersey, USA, died Friday trying to climb the summit of Mount Denali in Alaska. It’s the United States Federal Agency reports National Park Service on their websites.
Berman collapsed near the summit, at an altitude of 6005 meters above sea level. The mountain guides begin CPR immediately, but to no avail. And announced the death of Permam at the scene of the accident.
Then he was taken by helicopter from the mountain. Berman was part of a group of twelve who began the ascent on May 22.
Berman is at least the third climber to die on the mountain this year. Among other things, a Japanese climber died in April, while an Australian died on the mountain earlier in May.
At 6,194 meters above sea level, Denali is the highest point in North America. In 2016, the mountain changed its name from Mount McKinley to Denali. The latter is the name Alaskan aborigines used around the mountain.
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