Amazing Prosthetic Ice Axes

A man crippled in an horrific mountaineering accident is climbing again thanks to some revolutionary new prosthetic hands complete with built-in ice axes. Stephen Ball, from Newbiggin, near Penrith, fell 2,000 foot down one of the America’s tallest mountains, Mount McKinley, after finding himself trapped in a terrifying snow storm. The 54-year-old slipped and plummeted half a mile down the peak before becoming stranded for several painstaking hours in freezing conditions.

A man crippled in an horrific mountaineering accident is climbing again thanks to some revolutionary new prosthetic hands complete with built-in ice axes. Stephen Ball, from Newbiggin, near Penrith, fell 2,000 foot down one of the America's tallest mountains, Mount McKinley, after finding himself trapped in a terrifying snow storm. The 54-year-old slipped and plummeted half a mile down the peak before becoming stranded for several painstaking hours in freezing conditions.

A man crippled in an horrific mountaineering accident is climbing again thanks to some revolutionary new prosthetic hands complete with built-in ice axes. Stephen Ball, from Newbiggin, near Penrith, fell 2,000 foot down one of the America's tallest mountains, Mount McKinley, after finding himself trapped in a terrifying snow storm. The 54-year-old slipped and plummeted half a mile down the peak before becoming stranded for several painstaking hours in freezing conditions.

A man crippled in an horrific mountaineering accident is climbing again thanks to some revolutionary new prosthetic hands complete with built-in ice axes. Stephen Ball, from Newbiggin, near Penrith, fell 2,000 foot down one of the America's tallest mountains, Mount McKinley, after finding himself trapped in a terrifying snow storm. The 54-year-old slipped and plummeted half a mile down the peak before becoming stranded for several painstaking hours in freezing conditions.

A man crippled in an horrific mountaineering accident is climbing again thanks to some revolutionary new prosthetic hands complete with built-in ice axes. Stephen Ball, from Newbiggin, near Penrith, fell 2,000 foot down one of the America's tallest mountains, Mount McKinley, after finding himself trapped in a terrifying snow storm. The 54-year-old slipped and plummeted half a mile down the peak before becoming stranded for several painstaking hours in freezing conditions.