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The damage to Weathers' face and hands, which had to be wrapped in bandages, was almost immediately apparent after the incident. Do not bring him down. What she heard, of course, was an entirely different thing. They call it the Death Zone because above 25,ft the mountain slowly kills you, whether or not you leave your tent. The black dog slunk away, yet mountaineering became my obsession. My face had been destroyed by the cold. We rapidly formulated a plan for the strongest among us to make a high-speed trek to get help. Then came my epiphany. But as we all began to move, we heard that throaty rumble come surging up the mountain. Fellow climbers helped bundle Weathers into a helicopter after he reached the camp so he could be flown to safety. I struggled to my feet. Unknown to me, a cornea thus altered will flatten at this altitude, rendering you effectively blind in poor light. Just keep ploughing on. The water bottles inside my jacket froze solid against my chest. Her skin was porcelain. That was how I found myself at dawn. Suddenly, a blizzard detonated all around us. I dared not lose contact. They left me alone that night, expecting me to die. My face was completely black, my jacket unzipped to the waist and my bare right arm was frozen over my head. Hutchison also found me and later said he had never seen a living human being so close to death. I was lost. I expected Rob no later than 3pm. This happened twice more, but except for some rips in my suit I was fine β€” and heartily relieved to reach the South Col. Scroll down for video. After half an hour passed, Mike arrived with Yasuko Namba, who had reached the summit, but looked like a walking corpse. The rope snapped taut, pulling Mike off his feet. The following day, as the sun descended towards the horizon, I came back from the dead and opened my eyes. We jammed our ice axes into the hill to stop the fall. A thick wall of clouds boiled across the South Col, wrapping us in white until the only visible objects were our headlamps, which seemed to float in the maelstrom. The previous year, I had had a cornea operation to correct near-sightedness. On a warm, sunny Saturday morning in Dallas, my wife was told I was dead. As the shadows lengthened and it got colder, I realised I had stayed too long. I knew when the sun was gone, I was gone, too. I was almost blind. We instinctively herded together, all sense of direction lost. I felt overwhelming melancholy that I would never again say I love you to my wife, or hold my children. Sleep was a one-way ticket to death so we yelled and kicked each other to remain awake. I agreed to stay. Three climbers lurched off while Yasuko and the rest of us huddled like a dog pack, hoping to conserve heat. I had not eaten for three days, or had water for two. But at about 4pm Everest time, a miracle occurred: I opened my eyes. One end went around my waist, and 20ft behind was Mike, using the rope to stabilise me. May 10 began auspiciously for me. Descending a mountain is a lot more dangerous than climbing up, so Mike short-roped me. My outer gloves disappeared. I was blind again and trapped. The cold anaesthetised me and I gradually faded away. Fortunately, members of a different group arrived. When 5pm came and went, I began to worry. It was 7. This was rank self-deception. It was ten below zero, quite warm for a big mountain, and the stars shone brilliantly. Step and rest, hour after endless hour. As the sun rose, I headed upwards β€” until I wiped my face with an ice-crusted glove, lacerating my right cornea. What happened next was a complete shock: the skin on my hand and my arm immediately froze solid. Now the disaster has been turned into a film starring Josh Brolin as Weathers, and co-starring Keira Knightley, Jake Gyllenhaal and several other big Hollywood stars. My hands were frozen. There was nothing to it, really. He was my eyes. But they left us. I could no longer feel my right hand. I recognise now that I was becoming dangerously hypothermic. They were close to the limit, but Yasuko and I were the acute problems. When my wife, Peach, warned I was betraying the love of my family, I listened but did not hear her. Daylight would restore my vision. Yasuko and I were going to die and it would endanger more lives to bring us back. The storm relented on the morning of May Three sherpas and another climber, Stuart Hutchison, found Yasuko and me buried in snow. It was nearly 6pm. I struggled to my feet, almost completely blind. When Jon saw me, his jaw dropped.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} It crescendoed into a deafening roar. I knew with absolute clarity that if I did not stand up, I would die there. This is normally a fairly simple problem to solve: you take off two of your three gloves and jam the affected hand against your bare chest. At about 10pm, the gale blew itself out. I had fallen into climbing in response to crushing depression that began in my mids. It was an exquisite evening as we moved across the South Col towards the summit face. I looked up and I realised that in one more hour as darkness descended again, I would simply kneel and accept the cold moving through me one last time. It was Todd Burleson, the leader of another climbing expedition who had been told I was dead. I think Jon heaved a sigh of gratitude. I moved forward, but stepped on thin air and came whipping down. We had reached High Camp the previous afternoon to find four separate groups in a dozen tents bivouacked in preparation for the final assault. Her eyes were dilated, but she was still breathing. Rob was at least three hours behind him, which meant that all deals were off. But to stand still is to freeze to death, which was already happening to me. I emotionally abandoned them and am eternally grateful they did not abandon me. While attempting to reach the summit, Weathers was caught in a blizzard and forced to wait for more than 12 hours in the cold before he could descend. Here, Weathers tells how he defied nature, his own demons and death itself…. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}It is of one of the darkest tragedies in mountaineering history β€” the deaths of 12 climbers in a terrifying blizzard near the summit of Everest in May American doctor Beck Weathers was twice left for dead, but survived β€” thanks to a vision of the family life he nearly lost. Weathers was caught in Everest's 'Death Zone' summit pictured above , named so because there is not enough oxygen for humans to breathe. I should have gone down with them, but I had promised to stay put. I also believed I had a chance. Then Jon Krakauer from my party came along, plainly exhausted. Each time I fell β€” blam! By noon, three of our group descended: a bottleneck of climbers meant that they could not reach the summit. In less than an hour we would be in our tents at Camp Four, drinking hot tea. We were wrapped in a howling cloud laced with ice pellets.