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Why Do People Have The Right To Rescue Services?

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Imagine someone swinging by a rope as they’re mountain climbing. Will anyone help? More and more people are climbing Mt. Everest so, the risk involved and increasing death tolls are very dangerous. And the helicopters are very expensive, almost $2 million. It’s dangerous for the helicopters to go up to the height of Everest or even just really high because if there is more than one person, it would have to go back and forth because it can one person. People do not have the right to rescue services when they put themselves at risk because we cannot afford it. The first reason people do not have the right to rescue services when they put themselves at risk is because of the chances of more people dying. The article “Why Everest?” suggests that if you’re going to climb any mountain, make sure you have very good experience. As stated Guy Moreau, “There have been over 250 deaths on the mountain.” This shows that people are climbing high without experience. In addition, it demonstrates that more rescuers are being put in danger. Those who disagree think helping people is good; this argument is wrong because climbers need more experience. Therefore, lack of experience is the first reason people do not have the right to rescue services. The second reason people do not have the right to rescue services when they put themselves at risk is helicopter rescues …show more content…

This topic is relevant in today’s society because the price for climbers having fun might be for those climbers and rescuers losing their lives. If there is an accident or someone gets hurt because of a crime, society should give rescue services. But if someone is doing something that is obviously dangerous and they don’t have the proper training, it is not up to society to help them. So the next time someone is trying to climb Mt. Everest, they should look out for the green

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