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Transcript of Aron Ralston
Ralston still climbs mountains. In fact he became the first person to climb all 53 of Colorado’s mountains over 14,000 feet in elevation, solo in winter a project that he started in 1998 and resumed after his amputation in Blue John Canyon. He also wrote a novel called:
Between a rock and a hard place... He was still eight miles from his truck, and he had no cell phone so he had to rappel down the cliff , then he had to hike out of the canyon in the hot midday sun. While hiking out, he found a family on a vacation which they gave him two Oreo cookies, and was provided hot chocolate. Then they alerted the authorities. He was rescued by a helicopter search team six hours later. His arm was removed from under the boulder and retrieved by the park authorities it was cremated and given back to Aron Ralston. ...which was later made into a movie called "127 hours" and is a BIG HIT! That's what happens when you don't tell people where you're going!!! THE END And that's Who knew??? CREDITS:
I would like to thank:
for my information on Aron Ralston. I would also like to thank
my two supervisors
Mrs. Hertzog and Mrs.Baro,
plus my diversity friends who helped me put this together. And last but not least I would like to thank Anna Legan West for being diversity teams editor and always coming to our meetings to help us.Thanks Anna.