A man died Tuesday after being buried in an avalanche in a bowl in the Sheep Creek drainage near the Palisades Reservoir, according to Bonneville County (Idaho) Sheriff’s Search and Rescue.Rescuers were called to the scene shortly after 4 p.m. Tuesday.Troy Leishman, 47, of Idaho Falls, was reportedly snowmobiling with a group of friends in the area before he was buried.Leishman’s friends worked to dig him free while one of them called 911, Bonneville County sheriff’s Sgt.
Teton County Search and Rescue was called out Tuesday around 5:30 p.m. after a rock climber fell and injured himself on the north side of Teton Pass.The climber was in an area known as “the reef” below the ridge between Unskiabowl and Little Tuckerman’s Ravine.The man injured his leg and hip and was waiting around 6 p.m. to be short-hauled by helicopter and transported to St. John’s Medical Center, according to Teton County Sheriff's Lt. Matt Carr.The severity of the man’s injuries is...
About 20 firefighters from Teton Village Fire Department and Jackson Hole Fire/EMS responded to a fire in the early morning hours Monday after a chimney fire started inside a home.Twelve people started to smell smoke around midnight in the 14,500 square foot home on Granite Ridge Road, Teton Village Fire Chief Kevin Salava said, and all 12 guests evacuated safety.“We got the call from the short-term renters as smoke was filling the residence,” Salava said.Firefighters were able to get the...
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Selecting a term
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