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it's almost popular tracking spot after everest and annapurna now laying take is buried under a thick blanket of ice and rock dislodged by the massive earthquake on april twenty fifth a hundred dead in the village with double that number still missing reuters andrew mccaskill met with the survivor he described as a river of isam raw , rushing down the mountain swept away everything that was underneath that i knew that i was so powerful that he came down the mountain crossed the river that went out the other side that suspicious sides of the scale of destruction we were told by survivors that that was a lot of conflicts between the locals under some of the tourists eyes tensions rose and fears grew that maybe they weren't going to get arrested no arguments over who's %HESITATION their allegations that some of the tourists who eats into much , no reports of some people even clinging on to the side to helicopters to prevent them leaving as currently tail of about thirty nepalese army and police , small drills to dig down into the area but the conditions are so bad that he could take another month to recover all the bodies