Jamie Andrew- This mountain climber from Scotland is the first quardruple amputee to reach the top of famous mountain peak

Jamie Andrew- This mountain climber from Scotland is the first quardruple amputee to reach the top of famous mountain peak

What would we do when we had lost our arms and feet?? Sit in a place and think about the past or in the worst scenario some of us might commit suicide also. Here a man named Jamie Andrew had lost both his arms and feet in 1999 as he got amputated but he has great determination and never say die attitude and now he had reached the peak of a famous mountain in Switzerland.

Matterhorn is very famous beautiful mountain located in Switzerland and over the years it has seen many visitors all over the world. A 47 year old Jamie Andrew has become cynosure of all eyes because he reached the top of this magnificent mountain and thereby becoming the first quadruple amputee ever to do this. It was in the year 1999 this man lost both his arms and legs due to frostbite as he was caught in the storm while he was moving up the north face of Les Droits in French Alps.

The sad news is this Jamie Andrew lost his close friend named Jamie Fischer as they both climber this mountain and were stranded for five days. Jamie’s arms and legs were frostbitten they were amputated. These physical issues did not stop him and in the next year in 2000 he climbed the tallest peak in UK named Ben Nevis and surprised many.

The amazing point to be noted is this Jamie Andrew took part in London marathon and surprised many by climbing Mt Kilimanjaro in Tanzania and Monch in Switzerland. Hats off!!


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