From Andrew Page in the Local Newsroom:
As details continue to emerge on the inquest into the disappearance of Canadian Bushwalker Prabhdeep Srawn, Cooma Local Court heard yesterday from 2 park rangers that they heard a yell during the search for the man in Mount Kosciuszko.
A search was called of back in May 2013 when as blizzard conditions set in and no trace of the man was ever found.
Ranger Jack Bulger told the NSW Coroners court that the yell he heard was a funny sound that was sort of like half a yell.
Former outdoor instructor Tom Batty also told the court he was a few hours behind Mr Srawn that day, where conditions started out fine first then, but then turned to blizzard conditions.
The inquest is continuing.