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.
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