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Published on : Monday, January 18, 2016
Two climbers were killed in Scotland as freezing temperature and 100 miles corridor of snow spread across UK. The Met office has issued 12 be aware yellow alerts for ice and snow across Scotland, North-East England, Yorkshire, the Midlands and London.
The two male climbers were found dead on the Stob Coire nam Beith Mountain near Glencoe in the Highlands. They were roped together so it is clear that they were still climbing and fell from a distance. They died instantly. They were experienced climbers having all modern equipments.
In another incident a 15 year old girl was hit by a large wave in Cullercoats Bay, North Tyneside and was washed in the sea. The girl was rushed to the hospital after she suffered suspected heart attack. She died later.
Weather conditions are predicted to be quite adverse with up to 10 cm snow in the UK. UK will be swept by frost and ice.
Avalanche warnings have been issued and climbers and walkers have been warned not to take risks. Condition at sea is also very treacherous Swelling waves and high tide spells of imminent danger in the sea. People have been advised to maintain distance from the sea.