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Avalanches hit Austrian, Swiss ski resorts, at least two injured

Reuters Thursday, 26 December 2019
Three avalanches hit the Austrian ski resort of Ankogel and one the Swiss resort of Andermatt on Thursday, injuring at least two people and prompting major rescue operations, police said.
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News video: Rescuers comb Austrian, Swiss avalanches in case of victims

Rescuers comb Austrian, Swiss avalanches in case of victims 01:15

Rescuers hunted for possible victims of three avalanches that hit the Austrian ski resort of Ankogel and one at the Swiss resort of Andermatt on Thursday, injuring at least two people.

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