A nomadic herder in Northern Mongolia miraculously survived six days in the midst of winter, with eight ribs and hip broken.
Bat-Ochir Oidov, 39, a horseman, was rounding a horse pack from nearby valley, when his horse slipped down a mountain slope and overturned several times, with his one feet caught in stirrup.
After a short gallop, he found himself laying in snow in the middle of frozen valley, and no one to call for help.
He survived 120 hours alone in the middle of bitter cold winter.Read the full story »
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