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Injured backcountry skier rescued near Incline Village (video)

A backcountry skier was rescued Sunday, March 4, south of Incline Lake.
Washoe County Sheriff’s Office via Facebook

RENO — Authorities say they used a helicopter to reach an injured backcountry skier near Incline Village east of the Nevada-California border.

The Washoe County Sheriff’s Department says it received a report on Sunday afternoon of an injured male skier in his early 40s on a peak south of Incline Lake.

The Reno Gazette-Journal reports the county’s volunteer HASTY team airlifted the skier to Mt. Rose Highway.



He was then transported to a hospital by the North Lake Tahoe Fire Protection District


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