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Rescue of 6 year old boy by 2 Mount Sinai docs on Mt. Kilimanjaro garners media attention

Two of Mount Sinai Hospital’s Emergency Department doctors rescued a 6 year old boy while they were climbing Mount Kilimanjaro. The doctors are part of a group of 13 Summit for Sinai climbers, led by David Cynamon, who have already raised more than $1.3 million for the Hospital. Click here if you would like to donate: www.SummitforSinai.ca

The doctors’ rescue has garnered media attention from the National Post, CBC, The Toronto Star and Shalom Life.

The National Post – “He ‘couldn’t survive another night’: Toronto doctors rescue six-year-old boy lost on Mount Kilimanjaro”
http://news.nationalpost.com/2012/09/14/mt-kilimanjaro-rescue-of-boy-an-emotional-journey-for-toronto-doctors/

CBC News Network’s Suhana Meharchand interviews Dr. Bjug Borgundvaag about the incredible rescue
http://vimeo.com/user9456397/review/49404570/0e989d6377

The Toronto Star – “Two Toronto doctors rescue stranded 6-year-old boy on Mt. Kilimanjaro”
http://www.thestar.com/news/gta/article/1255227--two-toronto-doctors-rescue-stranded-

Shalom Life – “Toronto Doctors Come to the Rescue…at 13,000 Feet”
http://us.shalomlife.com/news/17896/toronto-doctors-come-to-the-rescueat-13000-feet/