8 Japanese students feared dead after avalanche
An avalanche at a ski resort in Japan hit several high school students on Monday morning, leaving several injured or feared dead, according to ABC News partner NHK.
Japanese students feared dead after avalanche
Breaking news overnight from Japan were an avalanche award into a ski resort this morning. The desperate search is underway for several people who are missing a lark of a high school students was caught up in the slide at least six of those students were found unconscious. Others from the group are
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