Ajax loader
By using our website, you agree to our use of cookies as described in Cookie Policy.

Can't find what you're looking for?

 

Be sure to Sign in to see all available content.

 

If you don't have an account, Register here.

Search results for: Frostnip

UKRAINE/
RTR2XENJ
February 06, 2012
A man, who suffered frostbite, sits in a hospital, with the air temperature at about minus 13 degrees...
Kiev, Ukraine
A man, who suffered frostbite, sits in a hospital, with the air temperature at about minus 13 degrees...
A man, who suffered frostbite, sits in a hospital, with the air temperature at about minus 13 degrees Celsius (8.6 degrees Fahrenheit) outside, in Kiev February 6, 2012. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich (UKRAINE - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY HEALTH)
UKRAINE/
RTR2XENF
February 06, 2012
A man, who suffered frostbite, lies in a hospital, with the air temperature at about minus 13 degrees...
Kiev, Ukraine
A man, who suffered frostbite, lies in a hospital, with the air temperature at about minus 13 degrees...
A man, who suffered frostbite, lies in a hospital, with the air temperature at about minus 13 degrees Celsius (8.6 degrees Fahrenheit) outside, in Kiev February 6, 2012. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich (UKRAINE - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY HEALTH)
WEATHER-EUROPE/
RTR2X5XG
February 01, 2012
A man who suffered a frostbite lies in a hospital, with the air temperature at about minus 20 degrees...
Kiev, Ukraine
A man who suffered a frostbite lies in a hospital, with the air temperature at about minus 20 degrees...
A man who suffered a frostbite lies in a hospital, with the air temperature at about minus 20 degrees Celsius (minus 4 degrees Fahrenheit) outside, in Kiev, February 1, 2012. Record-low temperatures in parts of Eastern Europe pushed the death toll from Arctic conditions to at least 89 people on Wednesday, and have forced Russian gas provider Gazprom to warn over supplies to Europe. In Ukraine, 43 people have died in the past five days, its emergency ministry said, as the former Soviet republic shivered through its coldest winter in six years. Overnight temperatures sank as low as minus 33 degrees Celsius (minus 27 Fahrenheit) and hundreds of heated tents have been put up to shelter the homeless. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich (UKRAINE - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY HEALTH)
RUSSIA/
RTR23OQB
January 21, 2009
People with severe frostbite rest in an overcrowded hospital for thermal injuries after temperatures...
Barnaul, Russia
People with severe frostbite rest in an overcrowded hospital in Barnaul
People with severe frostbite rest in an overcrowded hospital for thermal injuries after temperatures of minus 40 degrees Celsius (minus 40 degrees Fahrenheit) hit Barnaul in the Altai region January 21, 2009. REUTERS/Andrei Kasprishin (RUSSIA)
PAKISTAN-CLIMBER/
RTR20PJ6
August 07, 2008
Dutch mountaineer Cas Van De Gevel shows his infected fingers as he speaks to reporters at a local hotel...
Islamabad, Pakistan
Dutch mountaineer Cas Van De Gevel shows his infected fingers as he speaks to reporters at a local hotel...
Dutch mountaineer Cas Van De Gevel shows his infected fingers as he speaks to reporters at a local hotel in Islamabad August 7, 2008. Van De Gevel, was ferried to the hospital at Skardu on Monday along with fellow Dutchman Wilco van Rooijen, the leader of one of the ill-fated teams involved in the worst-ever climbing disaster on K2. Eleven climbers from Europe, South Korea and Pakistan died, mostly as a result of an ice fall during their descent after summitting the 8,611 metre (28,240 foot) peak late on Friday. REUTERS/Faisal Mahmood (PAKISTAN)
KYRGYZSTAN/
RTR1X12U
February 13, 2008
A homeless amputee whose limbs were amputated due to frostbite lies at a hospital in Bishkek, February...
Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan
A homeless amputee whose limbs were amputated due to frostbite lies at a hospital in Bishkek
A homeless amputee whose limbs were amputated due to frostbite lies at a hospital in Bishkek, February 13, 2008. Extreme cold is no surprise to the 60 million people scattered across a region wedged between Russia, China and Iran, but this year's winter has exposed the poor state of crumbling Soviet-era utilities and pipelines and sparked energy shortages. REUTERS/Vladimir Pirogov (KYRGYZSTAN)
KYRGYZSTAN/
RTR1X12H
February 13, 2008
A homeless amputee whose limbs were amputated due to severe frostbite lies at a hospital in Bishkek,...
Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan
A homeless amputee whose limbs were amputated due to severe frostbite lies at a hospital in Bishkek
A homeless amputee whose limbs were amputated due to severe frostbite lies at a hospital in Bishkek, February 13, 2008. Extreme cold is no surprise to the 60 million people scattered across a region wedged between Russia, China and Iran, but this year's winter has exposed the poor state of crumbling Soviet-era utilities and pipelines and sparked energy shortages. REUTERS/Vladimir Pirogov (KYRGYZSTAN)
Sort by
Display
Items per page
Page
of 1