Following Brad and Angelina to Namibia – Part II

This is part two in a three-part series. Read part one here.
“Seth broke his ankle!”
At first I think Russ is joking, but his tone is too severe. So, I turn to the Riette, exchange glances, and then take off running back up the trail with a couple others. But I hadn’t been watching too closely on the way down, and come to an intersection of two canyons, and can’t tell which one we descended. I yell. My voice echoes up the canyons, but nothing returns. I call a few more times, and finally hear Pasquale’s voice up the right canyon: “We’re up here.”

Richard Bangs in Namibia with Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt

We scrabble up the scree, and come to a sandstone shelf. There sprawls Seth, his shirt stained with tramlines of sweat. Tim Cahill is crouched over his left foot, firmly holding it in place. Seth describes his fall, wherein he stepped off a ledge twisting his right ankle, then fell hard over onto his left, which made a shattering sound. His left foot was turned in a 90 degree angle dangling with no support on the medial side, likely a multiple fracture with torn ligaments. He called to Tim, hiking a few paces in front. Following instructions from Seth, Tim held the twisted foot in a vice-like grip, and Seth turned to re-set it.
Read the entire article at The Huffington Post here. Stay tuned for Part III.
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