Chile: Two Skiers Perish in Avanlance

Posted on October 2, 2014 • Filed under: Chile, Tourists Killed

bbc.com reported police in Chile have found the bodies of two extreme skiers who had been missing since an avalanche struck a mountain in southern Chile on Tuesday. Canadian Jean-Philippe Auclair, 37, and Swede Carl Andreas Fransson had been hiking the 3,700m-high (12,200ft) San Lorenzo mountain in Patagonia when they were swept away by the avalanche. Two other Swedish nationals in their party survived. Read Article

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