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Avalanches hit Aspen, but don't panic

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Several 'inbound' avalanches have alerted the ski patrol in Aspen to get to work on blasting areas of the mountain due to open - an indicator of the quantities of snow which coated the area last weekend...

When a ski resort hosts as rich and famous a client group as Aspen it has to take avalanche risk very seriously, but it's still early season and the snow people were busy working on a World Cup racecourse. Now they've troubleshooting to take care of, as reported by Allyn Harvey in Aspen Times.
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