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japan avalanche: several students feared dead

Several high school students are feared dead after an avalanche at a ski resort in Japan's Tochigi Prefecture Monday morning local time.Japan's Kyodo news agency reports that eight students "appeared to show no vital signs" and more than 30 others were injured in an avalanche at the Nasu Onsen Family Ski Resort in the town of Nasu, 75 miles north of Tokyo.In Japan deaths in such circumstances are not officially announced until confirmation from a medical professional has been obtained.According to local authorities, more than 60 senior high school students from seven high schools in the prefecture were on the slope at the time — some were reportedly taking part in a climbing event.[Kyodo]

avalanche hits school group in nasu, japan

Eight Japanese high school students are feared dead after they were caught in an avalanche at a ski resort on Monday morning, local authorities in Japan say.Seventy people were caught in the avalanche about 9.20am local time in the town of Nasu, in Tochigi prefecture.Students feared dead after Japan avalancheVideo duration00:43Previous slideNext slideVideo duration00:37Avalanche hits school group in JapanAvalanche hits school group in JapanAt least 50 students and teachers from several high schools were having mountain-climbing lessons at the Nasu Onsen Family Ski Resort when they were hit by an avalanche.Students feared dead after Japan avalancheVideo duration00:43Video duration00:43Students feared dead after Japan avalancheStudents feared dead after Japan avalancheEight people are feared

japan avalanche: several students feared dead

Several high school students are feared dead after an avalanche at a ski resort in Japan's Tochigi Prefecture Monday morning local time.Japan's Kyodo news agency reports that eight students "appeared to show no vital signs" and more than 30 others were injured in an avalanche at the Nasu Onsen Family Ski Resort in the town of Nasu, 75 miles north of Tokyo.According to local authorities, more than 60 senior high school students from seven high schools in the prefecture were on the slope at the time — some were reportedly taking part in a climbing event.According to the BBC, relief efforts are ongoing and officials are investigating whether more people are missing or injured.[Kyodo]

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donald trump's son-in-law jared kushner called to appear before russia investiga

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presstv-six students die in japan avalanche

Six Japanese high school students were found “with no vital signs” Monday after an avalanche on a mountain in Japan.Local authorities and police confirmed that an avalanche had hit a ski resort in the town of Nasu, about 120 kilometers north of Tokyo, in Tochigi Prefecture early Monday.Tochigi prefectural authorities said about 50 students from seven high schools had been on a mountaineering trip in the area.Public broadcaster NHK reported that six high school students were subsequently found “with no vital signs,” terminology used by Japanese authorities when victims are yet to be officially confirmed dead with an autopsy.NHK also said that three other students were injured, while three teachers on the excursion could not immediately be contacted.(Source: Agencies)

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avalanche hits school group in nasu, japan

Six Japanese high school students have been found unconscious after they were caught in an avalanche at a ski resort on Monday morning, local authorities in Japan say.Fifteen people were caught in the avalanche about 9.20am local time in the town of Nasu, in Tochigi prefecture.Trump appears in bizarre Nasa videoVideo duration04:34Previous slideNext slideVideo duration00:37Avalanche hits school group in JapanAvalanche hits school group in JapanAt least 50 students and teachers from several high schools were having mountain-climbing lessons at the Nasu Onsen Family Ski Resort when they were hit by an avalanche.Trump appears in bizarre Nasa videoVideo duration04:34Video duration04:34Trump appears in bizarre Nasa videoTrump appears in bizarre Nasa videoThe White House releases a strange video

avalanche in austria kills three skiers, fourth person missing

Vienna: Three people were killed when their ski touring group was swept away by an avalanche in western Austria, and a fourth person was missing, police in the Tyrol region said on Wednesday.Rescuers were still hunting for the missing person in the remote area near the Jochgrubenkopf, a roughly 2,450m-high peak.
File image of an avalanche in Europe. Photo: APThe group of eight people was using touring skis, with which one can climb and descend, making remote areas accessible.Their nationalities were not yet known, police said."Four of them were able to free themselves (from the snow)," a spokeswoman for Tyrol police said. "After the search operation for the remaining four, three were found dead. The fourth person who remains unaccounted for is being sought."The avalanche struck around 12

avalanche in austria kills three skiers, fourth person missing

Vienna: Three people were killed when their ski touring group was swept away by an avalanche in western Austria, and a fourth person was missing, police in the Tyrol region said on Wednesday.Rescuers were still hunting for the missing person in the remote area near the Jochgrubenkopf, a roughly 2,450m-high peak.
File image of an avalanche in Europe. Photo: APThe group of eight people was using touring skis, with which one can climb and descend, making remote areas accessible.Their nationalities were not yet known, police said."Four of them were able to free themselves (from the snow)," a spokeswoman for Tyrol police said. "After the search operation for the remaining four, three were found dead. The fourth person who remains unaccounted for is being sought."The avalanche struck around 12

one dutch snowboarder killed, two missing in french alps

One Dutchman has been killed in an avalanche in the French Savoy near the Italian border and two others are missing, French media reported on Wednesday.The three, aged 20 to 25, were apparently snowboarding off-piste on Tuesday when they were hit by the avalanche in the afternoon. There had been an avalanche warning in the area, the Telegraaf said.The body of one young man was found on Tuesday evening and the search for the others will resume on Wednesday.French newspaper Le Dauphine  said the area near Valfréjus where the three were snowboarding is known to be dangerous. They had apparently sent a text message to friends at around 16.00 saying they were lost.However, the Dutchman who received the text did not read it until an hour later and the guide was not warned until 19.00, the paper

one dutch snowboarder killed, two missing in french alps

One Dutchman has been killed in an avalanche in the French Savoy near the Italian border and two others are missing, French media reported on Wednesday.The three, aged 20 to 25, were apparently snowboarding off-piste on Tuesday when they were hit by the avalanche in the afternoon. There had been an avalanche warning in the area, the Telegraaf said.The body of one young man was found on Tuesday evening and the search for the others will resume on Wednesday.French newspaper Le Dauphine  said the area near Valfréjus where the three were snowboarding is known to be dangerous. They had apparently sent a text message to friends at around 16.00 saying they were lost.However, the Dutchman who received the text did not read it until an hour later and the guide was not warned until 19.00, the paper

skiers swept away in french avalanche

Many skiers were swept away by an avalanche at Tignes ski resort in the French Alps on Tuesday, first aid workers told Reuters, although it was not immediately clear if there were any victims.The avalanche came down at about 10am (0900 GMT) in the Val Claret area of the resort, near a relatively easy "blue" slope, a local emergency services spokesman said.
French officials say an avalanche has struck the Alpine ski resort of Tignes. Photo: APThe vast Tignes ski area was entirely closed and skiers were evacuated by resort staff and police.Rescue conditions were difficult because of fog which made it impossible for emergency workers from outside the resort to get there by helicopter. They had to come by road instead.The avalanche risk was high on Tuesday at four on a scale of five.Four peo

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skiers swept away in french avalanche

Many skiers were swept away by an avalanche at Tignes ski resort in the French Alps on Tuesday, first aid workers told Reuters.However French authorities have said there were no deaths and that the rescue operation is over.
French officials say an avalanche has struck the Alpine ski resort of Tignes. Photo: APThe French Alpine ski resort said in a statement: "Several skiers have been shaken up and taken care of by resort personnel."Emergency staff were deployed immediately. After the search operations, there are no victims to report."The avalanche came down at about 10am (0900 GMT) in the Val Claret area of the resort, near a relatively easy "blue" slope, a local emergency services spokesman said.AdvertisementThe vast Tignes ski area was entirely closed and skiers were evacuated by resor

skiers swept away in french avalanche

Many skiers were swept away by an avalanche at Tignes ski resort in the French Alps on Tuesday, first aid workers told Reuters.However French authorities have said there were no deaths and that the rescue operation is over.
French officials say an avalanche has struck the Alpine ski resort of Tignes. Photo: APThe French Alpine ski resort said in a statement: "Several skiers have been shaken up and taken care of by resort personnel."Emergency staff were deployed immediately. After the search operations, there are no victims to report."The avalanche came down at about 10am (0900 GMT) in the Val Claret area of the resort, near a relatively easy "blue" slope, a local emergency services spokesman said.AdvertisementThe vast Tignes ski area was entirely closed and skiers were evacuated by resor

avalanche strikes french ski resort of tignes; no fatalities - kxxv-tv waco

Skiers caught up in an avalanche that struck a resort in the French Alps on Tuesday are all safe, and rescuers ended a large search and rescue operation without finding any victims. An official with the regional administration, or prefecture, said a couple of hours after the avalanche at the Tignes resort that the operation was called off.Start the conversation, or Read more at KXXV-TV Waco.

no fatalities as skiers swept away in french avalanche

French officials say an avalanche has struck the Alpine ski resort of Tignes, but that no one was killed. Many skiers were swept away by an avalanche at Tignes ski resort in the French Alps, first aid workers told Reuters.A police spokesman quoted by local newspaper Le Dauphine said several people were buried by Tuesday's avalanche that came down on a busy ski slope.The snow is said to have crossed the blue "Carline" ski slope and police issued an alert around 2106 (AEDT) on Tuesday."Several skiers have been shaken up and taken care of by resort personnel. Emergency staff were deployed immediately. After the search operations, there are no victims to report," a statement from the resort said.Four people were killed in an avalanche at the same resort last month.Since the beginning of the se

france: no injuries after tignes ski resort hit by avalanche

All skiers are reportedly safe after an avalanche hit Tignes, the popular French ski resort.A rescue mission had been underway after fears that skiers were trapped in the snow, the BBC reports. Rescuers were not able to use helicopters because of visibility conditions and so proceeded on foot.Emergency services responded to the scene, which occurred on the busy Carline piste. On-piste skiing often attracts less experienced skiers, and is considered safer than off-piste routes.Four snowboarders, including two teenage boys, were killed when an avalanche hit an off-piste area at the resort last month.

one dutch snowboarder killed, two missing in french alps

Avalanche signOne Dutchman has been killed in an avalanche in the French Savoy near the Italian border and two others are missing, French media reported on Wednesday.The three, aged 20 to 25, were apparently snowboarding off-piste on Tuesday when they were hit by the avalanche in the afternoon.The body of one young man was found on Tuesday evening and the search for the others will resume on Wednesday.French newspaper Le Dauphine  said the area near Valfréjus where the three were snowboarding is known to be dangerous. They had apparently sent a text message to friends at around 16.00 saying they were lost.However, the Dutchman who received the text did not read it until an hour later and the guide was not warned until 19.00, the paper said.

new avalanche and snow burial practice guidelines released by wilderness medical

IMAGE: This is an avalanche accident algorithm for management of completely buried victims. ECLS, extracorporeal life support.
view more Credit: Wilderness Medical SocietyPhiladelphia, PA, March 2, 2017 - With the growing popularity of backcountry snow activities, it is increasingly important to understand the best techniques for avalanche rescue. Each year, there are over 150 avalanche fatalities in the US and Europe, with most deaths occurring among recreational groups that include skiers, snowboarders, snowmobilers, and mountaineers. The Wilderness Medical Society has issued new practice guidelines to help medical professionals, as well as the public, understand the latest techniques and recommendations for avalanche risk management and rescue protocols. These guidelines are published

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