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Snowmobiler Triggers Yet Survives Avalanche

Further evidence that more people need to hear the advice of Doug Chabot, of the Gallatin National Forest Avalanche Center, who joined the Morning Show just last week.

Officials say a snowmobiler survived being buried under 4 feet of snow after triggering an avalanche on Friday near Cooke City.

Specialist Doug Chabot says fellow snowmobilers were able to dig the man out within 10 minutes and revive him with CPR. Chabot notes successful revival is “very, very rare” and it was “an incredible story of companion rescue.”

Be careful out there, people!

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