Join Date: Aug 2013
Location: Aussie living in London
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Gees that's not good.
We had a day off today but I heard the S&R chopper buzzing around a couple of hours ago and that's obviously why.
It's no huge surprise that somebody's been caught in a slide, the avy risks are are pretty high right now, it's just a shame it had those consequences. We had about a week of hotter, sunny days and the pack was super hard then we had almost 30" in 3-4 days. There's a lot of slide debris around from the bombing inbounds so that serves as a pretty good sign that the areas that aren't managed are going to be prone to pop also.
Poor bugger, I hope he got some nice turns in on the way down so he at least left with a smile on his face.