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UBC Okanagan student returns from Everest expedition

Everest expedition team members arrive at the Pyramid Laboratory, at an altitude of 5,050 metres. (Contributed by: UBC Okanagan)

A team from UBC Okanagan is on Mount Everest right now, studying how the human body reacts to altitude.

 Third year kinesiology student Lauren Ray was part of that expedition, but unfortunately, she had to leave Mount Everest early -- and in quite a hurry.

She's back home now in Nelson, which is where Daybreak host Chris Walker reached her by Skype.
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