Seeking witnesses to Snowmass boarder-skier collision |

Seeking witnesses to Snowmass boarder-skier collision

On Saturday around 2 p.m., my wife was hit from behind by a snowboarder and suffered several injuries while skiing on Lower Green Cabin run at Snowmass between High Alpine Restaurant and the High Alpine lift.

The snowboarder did stop and exchange information with us under the guidance of members of the ski patrol, but any additional information would be helpful.

If you witnessed this collision, we would appreciate it if you call me at 970-379-7370.

Thanks for your help.

Mike Petrie


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