ASPEN, Colo. —
An avalanche has killed one chairman nearby Aspen, Colorado.
It happened when a man, about 50 years old, left a hovel to ski Monday morning with another individual, The Aspen Times reported.
The Pitkin County Sheriff’s Office said Monday on Twitter that a plant was held in a slide.
The Colorado Avalanche Information Center said a organisation of backcountry skiers was there when a plant was buried. Others unclosed a victim, though they were incompetent to revitalise a person.
The core formerly reported a special avalanche advisory, observant conditions would be dangerous from Saturday morning to Monday night.
Since Jan. 11, a core has documented some-more than 280 avalanches and 10 people held in avalanches.