Dozens of climbers are waiting for rescue at Mount Everest's base camp after a deadly avalanche. Four Americans are among the 18 people who died in the disaster. Jim Davidson of Colorado survived the avalanche and joins "CBS This Morning" to describe what he witnessed.
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Search crews have rescued climbers stranded high up on Mount Everest, but dozens of others are still stuck at the base camp. Eighteen people died there in an avalanche after the Nepal earthquake. Seth Doane reports from Kathmandu, Nepal, where he spoke with some of the people airlifted off of the mountain.
The death toll from Saturday's earthquake in Nepal has reached above 4,000, as searchers continue to look for victims and survivors in smaller towns and villages outside the capital of Kathmandu. Heavy rain is making conditions harder for survivors and rescue workers. Holly Williams visited the town of Bhaktapur, Nepal, where more than 200 people lost their lives in the quake.
With base camp on world's highest mountain in ruins after killer avalanche, those who've made it down have harrowing stories to tell
Full scale of Himalayan disaster to come clear as crews helicopter into remote villages near epicenter
CBS News' Holly Williams is in Kathmandu where the dead are being counted by the thousands
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"Today is still a hopeful day" for finding survivors, but the clock is ticking and thousands need urgent medical attention
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The catastrophic earthquake that struck Nepal over the weekend sparked a series of avalanches on Everest, leaving 18 hikers dead and base camp in ruins
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