19-year-old skier dies in crash in Warren, Vt.

February 1, 2014, 6:02 pm
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(UPDATE 02/02/14, 10:05 AM) - The victim has been identified as Kendra Bowers. She was attending the University of Vermont and originally from Newport, RI.

WARREN, Vt. (AP) - Vermont State Police say a skier has died in a crash at the Sugarbush Ski Resort in Warren, Vt.
The 19-year-old female was skiing on Saturday morning with family and friends at Mount Ellen when she lost control, went off the trail and hit a trail sign.
Police say the crash happened at the intersection of the Lower Rim Run and Lower FIS trails.
Police say ski patrol and emergency responders provided medical treatment until she was transported to Central Vermont Hospital in Berlin. Police say she died of her injuries upon arriving at the hospital.
Police have not released the skier's name.
An autopsy has been scheduled.

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