Teen Skier Missing for 2 Days Found in Maine

Nicholas Joy, 17, was found alive by a passing snowmobile at Sugarloaf Ski Resort.
0:40 | 03/05/13

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Next time easiest survival show on TV take some notes seventeen year old Nicholas joy -- -- of those programs was rescued this morning after spending two days stranded on Sugarloaf Mountain in Maine the Massachusetts teenager was separated from his father while skiing Sunday afternoon lunch the situation became worse when bad weather on the mountain forced rescue teams to suspend the search for two days. While he waited -- built a shelter in the snow. And walked towards the sound of snow mobiles. Authorities say the teens knowledge from survival shows might have made the difference. Joy was reunited with his family this morning and told his parents he was fine just a bit tired.

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