72-year-old skier collides with snowboarder and dies at Colorado resort, police say

a The skater died after being hit Police said with a snowboarder at a Colorado resort.

The Boulder County Sheriff’s Office said a ski patrol at the Eldora ski resort found the skier unconscious and not breathing after the November 30 crash.

The sheriff’s office announced his death at the resort after officials attempted multiple resuscitation efforts, including CPR.

Officials said the skater was a 72-year-old man from Boulder. The police did not mention his name.

The snowboarder, a Wellington man, was treated for injuries. Officials did not reveal the nature of his injuries.

The two were in the windmill road, and medium range, according to the Denver Post.

The resort told the Denver Channel that The skater was wearing a helmet And it wasn’t crowded when the two collided.

“We at Eldora offer our deepest condolences to the skier’s family and friends, and we keep him and them in our thoughts and hearts during this difficult time,” the Eldora Ski District told the Denver Channel in a statement.

Death seems to be the first in this ski season in Colorado Resort, the Associated Press reported.

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