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4 Wis. residents involved in Col. avalanche

Published On: Feb 17 2014 06:07:12 PM CST
MADISON, Wis. -

At least four Wisconsin residents were involved in an avalanche Saturday in Colorado.

Two of the victims, Justin Lentz, of Sun Prairie, and Jarrard Law, of Portage, died. Two other Wisconsin men, Ben Hartt, 38, and Seth Neilsen, 30, survived.

Three Colorado natives also had to be rescued on Star Mountain, near Leadville.

Officials in Colorado said it was the third deadly avalanche in less than a week.

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