American scientist, professor, and climber John All fell 70 feet into a crevasse at Mt. Himlung in Nepal on Monday, while doing research. He was stuck in the Himalayan mountain (near Mt. Everest) for approximately five hours. In this exclusive interview, Professor All tells RightThisMinute how he narrowly escaped using an ice ax, despite a broken arm, broken ribs, dislocated shoulders, and internal bleeding. At 20,000 feet, any slip and he would fall to his death. However, if he stopped moving he feared dying of hypothermia. This is video that the Western Kentucky University geography professor captured from inside the crevasse, as he planned his escape. Click here for an update on All.