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The fourth person killed in an avalanche in the Scottish Highlands has been named by police.
Rachel Majumdar, 29, was a doctor working at Harrogate District Hospital in North Yorkshire.
She was originally from Merseyside and was most recently living in Leeds, Northern Constabulary said today.
Tom Chesters and Rachel Majumdar, who both died in an avalanche in the Scottish Highlands, had been dating for several years and had "such a good future together".
Sam Morris, 35, said the only consolation in the tragedy was that the couple died side-by-side doing something they both loved.
The fourth victim who died in an avalanche in the Scottish Highlands on Saturday has been named by Northern Constabulary as Dr Rachel Majumdar.
The 29-year-old worked at Harrogate District Hospital. She was originally from Merseyside, and was most recently living in Leeds.
Northern Constabulary area commander Chief Inspector Derek Paterson has expressed his sadness at the loss of four climbers who died in an avalanche in the Scottish Highlands.
He also praised the efforts of rescue crews and member of the public who assisted.
Glencoe Mountain Rescue has urged people not to let yesterday's incident discourage them from visiting Glencoe, but to proceed with caution, check weather and avalanche reports, monitor the hill and plan their route carefully.
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Two of the four climbers who died in an avalanche in the Scottish Highlands on Saturday have been named by Northern Constabulary as Una Rachel Finnegan, 25, from County Antrim, Northern Ireland, and Tom Chesters, 28, who was living in Leeds.
A Phd student has been named as one of four climbers who died in an avalanche in the Scottish Highlands.
Christopher William Bell, 24, from Blackpool, Lancashire, died when his party was caught up in the avalanche near Glencoe on Saturday afternoon.
Another man and two women were found dead after a major search and rescue operation was launched on Bidean Nam Bian.
One woman is in a critical condition in hospital in Glasgow and one man survived.
Mr Bell was studying for a Phd in Ocean Mapping in Oban, Northern Constabulary said.
One of the climbers who died in an avalanche in the Scottish Highlands on Saturday has been named as Christopher William Bell, 24, from Blackpool, by Northern Constabulary.
Mr Bell was a student studying for a PHD in Ocean Mapping in Oban.
A survivor of an avalanche that killed four of his friends and left another in a critical condition said they were all experienced winter walkers who loved the mountains.
The man, who has asked for his name to be withheld, expressed his sadness and deep regret at the deaths in Glencoe, in the Scottish Highlands, yesterday.
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Jonathan Hart, chairman of the Mountain Rescue Committee of Scotland, said "everything possible was done" in response to the Glencoe avalanche to increase the climbers' opportunities for survival and take them off the mountain before the hours of darkness.
He expressed sadness over "such a tragic outcome" and said that Glencoe and Lochaber Mountain Rescue team members and instructors, as well as the Royal Navy Rescue squadron, attended the police-coordinated rescue.
The female climber who suffered serious injuries in the Glencoe avalanche remains in a critical condition, Northern Constabulary said today.
The 24-year-old, from the Durham area, has been moved to Glasgow's Southern General Hospital, where family members are at her bedside.
Two men and two women died in the tragedy. Their next of kin have been informed and the climbers' names are expected to be released later.