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BC avalanche

Luckily they were all safe.
He escaped without any major injuries.
Fourteen people were there at the time.
The horrifying moment was caught on video.
"I hope that everyone can take away something from my experience."
"You are plunged into darkness. You are thrown about with no control whatsoever of your body."
The longest two minutes of his life.
Ken Wylie slipped on an orange wind-shirt and striped toque and told himself to just stick it out until Friday — then hand
A record-breaking snowfall in February kept B.C. avalanche crews busy. Now, they've released amazing video of their avalanche