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I almost died when I was buried by an avalanche. So, I survived
Abroad An American woman has testified about how last month in the nick of time to death, escaped when she was buried by an avalanche. Meagan Hunt was at home a book for reading in the ski resort in New Mexico where she worked, when she suddenly a strange sound is heard. “It sounded like snow that the roof falls, but then louder. When I looked out of the window through the window above my bed, I saw trees and snow on me. After that everything was dark.”

Hunt was never a great lover of the winter, so she tells her poignant story on the news site HuffPost. In recent years she moved to a warm destination in the darkest months of the year, but last year she decided the cold again to give a chance. And she applied for a job as a cook in a ski resort in Taos, New Mexico.

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On march 13, it went wrong. The ski resort was already three days lashed by a blizzard, and because all of the ski lifts that afternoon, close by the severe weather and there are hardly any people outside, decided to Hunt at home, cozy with a book in bed. Because what was safer? the

Suddenly, she heard a strange sound. A bit like snow, that the roof falls, but louder. “When I looked out of the window, I saw trees and snow on me. After that everything was dark”, sounds the. When she again awoke, she lay buried under 2.5 meters of snow. (read on below)

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