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Naval Adventurer Rob Trishram was leading his team of Antarctic "expeditioners" when he stumbled into a crevasse and fell nearly 70 feet! Luckily he was uninjured, and Rob was calm enough to flip on his camera and wait for his team to come to the rescue. 

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