• NY skier latest to be rescued from Vt. mountain
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     | March 22,2013
     

    KILLINGTON — A 36-year-old New York City man is safe after he got lost while skiing out of bounds at Killington ski area.

    State police say they were called Thursday afternoon after receiving a report that Timothy J. Brodhagen, of Brooklyn, had intentionally skied off a trail and gotten lost.

    Police say the Killington Ski Patrol located, tracked and guided Brodhagen to a road in the town of Mendon. He was not hurt.

    Police are urging all skiers, snowboarders, cross-country skiers and snow enthusiasts to stay on marked trails at all times.

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