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RightThisMinute has compelling new footage from a story we brought to you on Wednesday. We recently introduced you to professor, scientist and climber John All. He was doing research in the Himalayas and fell 70 feet into a crevasse at Mt. Himlung on Monday. All was stuck in the mountain approximately five hours and filmed his terrifying trek back to safety. On Wednesday, All joined RTM to discuss this incredible story. Shortly after our initial interview, All provided us with additional footage of his struggle to climb out of the crevasse. While many are familiar with his story, All's new videos give a more in-depth look at how he survived the life-threatening ordeal. Click here for the original interview with All. 

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