Snow Crews in Rockies Cope with Avalanche Threat The heavy and sudden snowfall of the last few weeks has increased avalanche danger in the Rockies. More than 400 have been recorded in the past week, a figure one observer calls "mind boggling." Andrea Lee of Aspen Public Radio reports.
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Snow Crews in Rockies Cope with Avalanche Threat

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Snow Crews in Rockies Cope with Avalanche Threat

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Snow Crews in Rockies Cope with Avalanche Threat

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The heavy and sudden snowfall of the last few weeks has increased avalanche danger in the Rockies. More than 400 have been recorded in the past week, a figure one observer calls "mind boggling." Andrea Lee of Aspen Public Radio reports.