A snowboarder died Sunday at a Colorado resort after trying a bounce with out a helmet.
Tyler Hamm, 20, of Snowmass Village, was recognized because the particular person killed at Snowmass Mountain Resort, the Aspen Occasions reported, citing the Pitkin County Coroner’s Workplace.
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He was not carrying a helmet when he tried the bounce at Makaha Terrain Park, Aspen Snowboarding Co. spokesman Jeff Hanle mentioned. No different particulars concerning the incident had been launched.
“Patrol responded instantly and located the person unresponsive with no pulse or respiratory,” Hanle mentioned, based on the Aspen Occasions. “They started superior life-saving procedures. They had been unable to re-establish a pulse and the person was pronounced lifeless by the Pitkin County Coroner.”
The park, which options about two dozen “intermediate and superior” options and obstacles, was briefly shut down Sunday after the accident, the newspaper reported.
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The final reported dying on the resort within the winter got here in 2016 when a Colorado businessman died per week after hitting his head throughout a fall.