A former soldier from Nepal who lost both legs to an I.E.D. in Afghanistan 13 years ago just made history by scaling Mount Everest.
He used special prosthetics with spikes to help him climb - making it to the top last Friday.
He says he went into a deep depression after the injury and started drinking a lot.
But then he decided to keep living . . . went skydiving . . . got involved in Paralympic sports . . . and started climbing mountains.
He’s the first person to climb Everest after losing both legs above the knee.
His motto is nothing’s impossible, you just have to adapt.
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