On Sunday, May 19, Andrea Gharsallah scaled the summit of Mount Toubkal in southwestern Morocco and posed for a photo with one of the posters of her missing daughter Georgina Gharsallah

Georgina Gharsallah’s mother climbs a mountain for her missing daughter

Georgina Gharsallah’s mother has climbed a mountain for her missing daughter.

Andrea from Normandy Road, Worthing, scaled the summit of Mount Toubkal in southwestern Morocco on Sunday, May 19 with one of the missing person posters she has put up around Worthing. Georgina, 31, was last seen on March 7 in Clifton Wines in Clifton Road, Worthing, last year. Andrea described the experience of getting to the top of the 4,167 metre-high mountain as ‘overwhelming, emotional and tearful’. She said: “I kept thinking: I can’t let Georgina down – that was my focus, getting her to the top; and I did.” Call 101 if you have any information about Georgina’s whereabouts.

Andrea with the rest of her group at the summit
Andrea with the rest of her group at the summit
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The views were stunning on the way to the top
The views were stunning on the way to the top
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Andrea posed for a photo with one of the posters of her missing daughter Georgina Gharsallah
Andrea posed for a photo with one of the posters of her missing daughter Georgina Gharsallah
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Andrea Gharsallah scaled the summit of Mount Toubkal in southwestern Morocco
Andrea Gharsallah scaled the summit of Mount Toubkal in southwestern Morocco
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