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Wheelchair-disabled Scott Dulan climbs Mount Everest for three days (7 photos)

The Australian with paralyzed legs climbed to an altitude of 5364 meters above sea level for 10 days. Wheelchair-disabled Scott Dulan began his ascent to Everest after an eight-month training. The man tried to inspire people and prove that any goal can be achieved by hard work, but on the 7th day his wheelchair broke. In his arms, Scott reached the camp and thought what to do next. As a result, he decided to continue the path and overcome the remaining distance on his hands. For this climb, according to the advertising contract with the clothing manufacturer, the Australian should receive 70 thousand dollars.

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