5 Killed In British Columbia Avalanche

5 Killed In British Columbia Avalanche


5 Killed In British Columbia Avalanche

Searchers use probes to search for the bodies of five hikers after they fell 500 metres from the top of Mt. Harvey near Lions Bay B.C. (Chilliwack SAR/Twitter)

Officials in British Columbia are still working to officially identify the 5 people that died in an avalanche while hiking in the mountains north of Vancouver on Saturday. Komonews.com is reporting the bodies of the hikers were recovered from the avalanche that officials believe was triggered when they walked on a unstable cornice on Mount Harvey.

When the cornice collapsed it triggered the avalanche that sent the hikers 500 meters downslope.  It is reported that the hikers were from BC’s Lower Midland and belonged to a regular hiking group. They were traveling with winter hiking gear such as shovels but did not have full avalanche gear including beacons or probes.
Grief counsellors were on scene when family members of the victims gathered near the search headquarters yesterday and will also be made available to the dozens of people who were involved in the search.

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Steel strong my neck lol 😂 俺がゆっくりゆっくり作ったアプローチを誰かがガッチガチに固まるまで飛ばずに俺のラインで当て込みしたおかげで弾道変わっちゃったじゃん!イキナリリップで弾かれたよ!しっかし強いんだわ俺の身体🤙喰らっても壊れない身体を作り続ける👊 (…)

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