Search is on for Himalayan trekkers after deadly blizzard

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KATHMANDU, Nepal -- At least 26 people are dead and more are missing in the Himalayas, after a blizzard and avalanche in a popular trekking area.

Victims are from all over the world including from Israel, Poland, Canada and India.

Twenty-two people were rescued from the Annapurna area in central Nepal on Wednesday, but it's estimated that some 200 trekkers may have been out when the storm blew in, so dozens are still out and many are injured.



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