Skier killed in Summit County avalanche was prepared. But strong winds, fresh snow created a deadly slab.
Aaron Wiener, of Denver, was the fifth person to die in a Colorado avalanche this snow season. The slide in the steep couloir off Red Peak near Silverthorne was triggered by a skier above him.
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Colorado’s first seasonal avalanche death illustrates how many fatal slides happen during lower danger levels
Michelle Lindsay, a 29-year-old from Fort Collins, was killed while she was backcountry skiing on Cameron Pass west of Fort Collins on Dec. 8
During the 2018-19 season, the state recorded 4,273 slides including 92 that caught people on their way down
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Vail’s Kelli Rohrig said her informal study also showed that many people had close calls with slides and some had even been caught in them
Michelle Lindsay, 29, of Fort Collins was buried under snow at Diamond Peak on Sunday
It's the first avalanche death this winter season in Colorado, according to the Colorado Avalanche Information Center. Eight people died in slides last snow season.