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Avalanche kills two snowmobilers in Kittitas County, injures two others
March 04, 2018




CLICK TO ENLARGE. Scene of avalanche rescue area in late Feb. also in Kittitas County in which a snomobiler died. Photo Kittitas County Sheriff’s office.
(KITTITAS COUNTY, WA.) – The Kittitas County Sheriff’s office says two snowmobile riders were killed Saturday and two were injured in an avalanche.

The avalanche struck just before noon in an area North of Esmeralda Peak, a remote area 20 miles North East of Cle Elum and above 4,600 feet elevation.

The sheriff’s office says, “With the assistance of Yakima County SAR, King County and Chelan County Aircrews, all of the victims have been recovered from the mountain.”

The two people who died were identified as 27-year old Zach Roundtree of Bonney Lake, Washington and 41 year old James Larsen of Buckley, Washington. Larsen was identified by the city of Bonney Lake as a 14-year veteran of the police department in the town.

Injured were 26-year old Kyle Ottwell of Bonney Lake, air-lifted to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle and 27-year old Ryan Journey of Bonney Lake, who escaped with minor injuries.

In a news release Undersheriff Clay Myers said, "On behalf of the Sheriff's Office, there are just no words that will answer all the questions the friends and family have about why their loved ones were taken. Only patience, time and support will lessen that pain. Our thoughts and prayers are with them and we hope that some level of peace comes soon. The avalanche danger in many areas is still high, please be aware of the risks, as this marks the fifth avalanche death in the past 7 days."





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