A Skier Dies In An Avalanche Near A Colorado Resort

According to a statement released by the rescue team, a guy was killed on Saturday while skiing in Colorado with his father when an avalanche slammed the area and enveloped them.

An avalanche occurred when the men were skiing through “a backcountry area called The Numbers,” which is located “outside the Breckenridge Ski Resort boundary on Peak 10,” according to a post on Facebook by the Summit County Rescue Group. The men had been skiing outside the Breckenridge Ski Resort when the avalanche occurred.

According to the post, “They were caught in an avalanche at roughly 1 o’clock in the afternoon, with the father being partially buried and the son being entirely buried.”

According to the post, the father could free himself from the rubble and seek assistance from 911, but his son did not make it.

According to the post, there were approximately twenty rescue group members and three members of the Special Operations Unit from the Summit County Sheriff’s Office that responded.

The article states, “A probe line was constructed to locate the son, and the onsite command confirmed that a dog team found the subject at 3:11 in a deceased state.” Our sincere condolences go out to everyone who has been impacted in any way by this tragedy.

According to the rescue organization, additional information on the death will be made public by the coroner’s office. According to the post, the Colorado Avalanche Information Center will investigate the event on Sunday.

According to the Colorado Avalanche Information Center, there have been three fatal avalanche incidents in the United States this winter, two of which occurred in Colorado and the other in Montana.

Approximately 100 kilometers (about 80 miles) to the west of Denver is where you’ll find the Breckenridge Ski Resort.

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