3 climbers presumed dead after avalanche

One American and two European mountaineers were likely killed while attempting to climb the east face of Howse Peak at Banff National Park in Alberta, Canada.
0:33 | 04/19/19

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A three hikers are presumed dead after an avalanche in western Canada officials say the three men were climbing a remote and typical peak in Alberta on Wednesday. All 32 Austrians and an American are described as experienced professional Alpine mountaineers. Canadian authorities say they can't begin recovery efforts due to weather conditions frightening incident from a highway and Las Vegas the latter on the road get. Air by minivan hitting a car and breaking the windshield please don't know where the letter came from or how it got on the road. No one in the car that was struck was yeah Paul.

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