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IrelandSearch for missing Seamus Lawless will resume in two days

09:40  20 may  2019
09:40  20 may  2019 Source:   extra.ie

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The search for missing Irish man Seamus Lawless will resume in two days . The Trinity College professor went missing as he climbed Mount Everest. Funds were pouring in on Saturday as colleagues at Trinity College Dublin organised a vigil for Mr Lawless , an assistant professor at the

The search for missing Irish climber Seamus Lawless is to resume on Thursday after the father-of-one fell while descending from the summit. The Trinity College lecturer had successfully reached the summit of Mount Everest which stands at 8,848m, last Thursday. However, while descending, he

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The search for missing Irish man Seamus Lawless will resume in two days.

The Trinity College professor went missing as he climbed Mount Everest.

Seamus, 39, fell as he descended the peak on Thursday having just achieved a lifetime ambition of reaching the summit.

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The search was suspended earlier this week due to hazardous conditions.

On Friday afternoon, winds were at 55km/hr while temperatures dropped to below -27C.

Rescuers made the decision to suspend the search.

Search called off for Irish dad Seamus Lawless who fell while descending Mount Everest

Search called off for Irish dad Seamus Lawless who fell while descending Mount Everest Seamus Lawless was fulfilling a life-long dream of reaching the summit of Mount Everest , which stands at 8,848 metres, before he reached his 40th birthday in July this year. The assistant professor in artificial intelligence at Trinity’s School of Computer Science and Statistics, had successfully reached the summit on Thursday along with several others in his group of eight led by world-renowned Co Down adventurer Noel Hanna - just hours before his fall.

Seamus Lawless was fulfilling a life-long dream of reaching the summit of Mount Everest. © Provided by Trinity Mirror Shared Services Limited Seamus Lawless . The search operation has now been “If any type of search , rescue and recovery operation is planned it will not go ahead if it is too

Image caption Séamus Lawless is an assistant professor at the School of Computer Science at Trinity College, Dublin. The family of an Irish climber missing on Mount Everest have launched a fundraising appeal to assist in the search for him. Séamus Lawless , 39, from Bray, County Wicklow, was part of

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A GoFundMe page set up by the family on Friday night with a target of raising €750,000 had passed €120,000 within 16 hours.

Funds were pouring in on Saturday as colleagues at Trinity College Dublin organised a vigil for Mr Lawless, an assistant professor at the university’s School of Computer Science.

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Seamus is married and lives in Wicklow with his wife and four-year-old daughter.

His wife is currently five-months pregnant with their second child.

Speaking about the extreme concern regarding the incident, Ireland’d Pat Falvey, who has scaled Everest twice said: ‘Mr Lawless’s wife, young daughter and other family members are distraught but the community will rally around them as best as they can.’

Trinity College to hold candlelit vigil for missing professor Seamus Lawless as fundraising campaign raises over €100,000 in under a day

Trinity College to hold candlelit vigil for missing professor Seamus Lawless as fundraising campaign raises over €100,000 in under a day Seamus Lawless went missing after he reportedly fell from an altitude of 8,300 metres on Thursday morning . The married dad-of-one had been following a lifelong dream to scale the world's highest peak while raising €25,000 for children's charity Barretstown. © Microsoft ICE DO NOT EDIT THIS DOCUMENT Seamus Lawless and Jenny Copeland on one of their earlier treks in training for the climb The Bray man's colleagues will hold the vigil in the Long Room Hub from 8:15pm.

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‘The search has had too be called off for safety reasons because of the high winds and frigid temperatures. As time passes the more difficult it will be for everyone in the group and for rescuers to locate Mr Lawless,’ he added.

‘This will be devastating for the group left on the mountain. Mr Hanna, who is group lead, is such a careful, dedicated and professional climber and for this to happen will be tough on him and indeed absolutely everyone.’

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The family called off the search for Seamus Lawless yesterday evening.

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