Shows a search and rescue team and a helicopter preparing to lift a person on a stretcher from beside a crevasse in the glacier. One rescuer asks her: "I don't suppose you came across someone called Don Elder sheltering down there?" Refers to a German woman who spent 18 hours, badly injured, after falling near a crevasse on Fox Glacier. Also refers to Don Elder, who was working from home and receiving the same salary he received as chief executive before he quit, and who had been subject to media calls to front at the select committee investigation into the financial state of Solid Energy.
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