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Avalanche in Colorado Mountains Kills 2 Snowshoers And Dog

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Alma, Colo. (AP) -- Two people snowshoeing in the mountains of Colorado were killed in an avalanche over the weekend, authorities said.

Their bodies and the body of their dog were found buried near Hoosier Pass in central Colorado by searchers using an avalanche rescue dog, the Colorado Avalanche Information Center said Sunday. Summit County Coroner Regan Wood identified the victims Monday as Hannah Nash, 25, and Drake Oversen, 35, both of Colorado Springs.