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French ski patroller dies from injuries after Swiss avalanche

CBC.ca Wednesday, 20 February 2019
A French ski patroller has died from injuries after being caught in an avalanche in Switzerland, but rescuers have called off their search after finding no more casualties on the piste in Crans-Montana, police said on Wednesday.
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A French ski patroller has died from injuries after being caught in an avalanche in Switzerland, but rescuers have called off their search after finding no more casualties on the piste in Crans-Montana, police said. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

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