Jan. 11 (Bloomberg) -- Three Russian mountain climbers were found dead on one of the highest peaks in the Caucasus mountains today after an avalanche, broadcaster Rustavi-2 reported.
The three bodies were brought to the capital, Tbilisi, today from the Kazbegi region, according to Rustavi-2. A fourth climber, a teenager, was discovered yesterday and is being treated for unspecified injuries at a local hospital.
The four climbers began their ascent to Mkinvartsveri, also known as Kazbegi Mountain, at about 5,047 meters (16,558 feet), on Jan. 2.
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