Driver Captures Avalanche Crashing Down Colorado Mountainside on Video

Posted March 05, 2019

Original story: People are reportedly trapped in an avalanche on Interstate 70 between Frisco and Copper Mountain.

Colorado State Patrol Trooper Tim Schaefer told The Denver Post there were no injuries, and no cars buried as a result of the avalanche.

His windshield was covered with snow, but it wasn't enough to trap his auto.

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Rafferty was with his daughter in the auto and says he saw one avalanche come down up ahead. He tells KDVR-TV he and his dad saw a "big white cloud" and noticed the avalanche.

"It's exciting, but pretty nerve wracking, because you don't know when it's going to stop", Easton said.

The Colorado Department of Transportation said they will have teams survey the area Monday morning.

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During the video, Mr Easton stops the vehicle as he drives towards the snow while it gathers speed.

On Sunday, two separate avalanches ripped down a mountainside in Summit County's Ten Mile Canyon.

The avalanche was one of several reported in Colorado over the weekend; other footage from the Colorado Avalanche Information Center shows more of the avalanche's journey from a different angle.

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What's likely the most dramatic clip shows the second of the two avalanches and came from Shaune Golemon, who made a decision to go skiing at Copper Mountain and got more snow than he bargained for. "A potent winter storm caused avalanche danger to rise yesterday and very unsafe conditions persist today".