No need to "like" this post. At least 2500 dead. Climbers had nowhere to run as an avalanche struck Mount Everest base camp (WARNING: GRAPHIC LANGUAGE) BY Nicole Hensley NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Sunday, April 26, 2015, 5:32 PM A fast approaching wall of ice and snow gave climbers at a Mount Everest base camp nowhere to run, a video shared Sunday shows. German climber Jost Kobusch captured the moment the ground at the South Base Camp near Nepal began to tremble, sending sherpas and climbers fleeing for any shelter they could find among tents and rocks. “The ground is shaking,” 23-year-old Kobusch is heard saying before a plethora of profanities in English and German took over the majority of the video’s next minute. Facebook Climber Jost Kobusch recorded a video of the avalanche that hit a Mount Everest base camp after a 7.9 magnitude earthquake struck Nepal killing at least 2,400 people across the region. The avalanche made itself known seconds later, smashing into the camp. He survived the impact, emerging from the snowy debris to prayer flags fluttering in the wind. He told those around him to “stay together.” Attempts to contact Kobusch by the Daily News were not immediately returned. An automated email sent by Kobusch said he would be "in the mountains" starting on April 3 until the end of May. A photo on his Instagram, shows the young climber at a cabin in Khumbu. The 7.8-magnitude quake Kobusch and dozens of other climbers felt near Nepal killed at least 2,500 including three Americans, Google executive Dan Fredinburg, 33, Marisa Eve Girawong, a N.J. native. Two Brooklyn backpackers that were also planning to climb Everest are missing following the avalanche.