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Climber decides to descend McKinley after altitude condition improves

...high-altitude sickness had improved enough Saturday to begin descending from the mountain, the National Park Service said. Young Tak Chin of South Korea left the 14,200-foot camp where he had been treated with medication and bottled oxygen in the medical...

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