Snowboarder and Colorado Transplant Perishes Following Tree Collision @Keystone

Snowboarder and Colorado Transplant Perishes Following Tree Collision @Keystone

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Snowboarder and Colorado Transplant Perishes Following Tree Collision @Keystone

Skiing @Keystone | Photo (+Cover): Robert Tadlock

Nathan Enright of Larimer County, Colorado was snowboarding on a beginner trail at Keystone Resort  when he collided with a tree. The injuries sustained in that collision proved fatal and two days later, 12/5/17– Enright was pronounced dead at St. Anthony Hospital in Lakewood.

The 21 year old had recently moved to northern Colorado from Illinois and was attending college in the area. He was new to snowboarding and according to the Summit Daily, was not wearing a helmet at the time of the accident. The coroner in question said the death was caused by severe head trauma.

Enright is the second snow-sports related fatality of the season in Colorado. The first came when Colin Zak, 23, collided with a tree while riding an expert trail at Monarch Mountain. Unlike Enright, Zak was wearing a helmet at the time of the accident.

*Our deepest condolences go out to the victim’s friends and family.

Find the entire Summit Daily article here: Snowboarder dies after hitting tree at Keystone Resort

 

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