Snow Fall: The Avalanche at Tunnel Creek – Multimedia Feature –


December 21, 2012 Avalanche at Tunnel Creek:  One of the slickest presentations I’ve see.  Multimedia is spectacular. I highly recommend at look at this.   Summary: 1 snowboarder triggered wet loose slide on open, convex roll. Victim caught, swept into stand of small trees and sustained fatal injuries. Members of party found the partially buried victim within 2-3 minutes and uncovered his airway within 5 minutes. Victim was already blue and did not respond to CPR.

Be sure and scroll down the presentation, using the scroll bar on the right.  As you do, you will encounter various types of multimedia – sound, pictures, moving pictures, a complete moving graphics of the avalanche – and much more.  The various parts of the presentaion are shown by tabs at the top.

The Master of Disaster

Snow Fall: The Avalanche at Tunnel Creek – Multimedia Feature –

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Disaster researcher and current financial and economic news and events: Accidents, economics, financial, news, nature, volcanoes, floods, earthquakes, fires; airplane, ship & train wrecks; tornadoes, mine cave-ins, hurricanes, pestilence, blizzards, storms, tzuami's, explosions, pollution, famine; heat & cold waves; nuclear accidents, drought, stampedes and general. Futures trader using high volume and open interest futures markets. Also, a financial, weather and mundane astrologer with over 30 years of experience. Three University degrees from California State University Northridge: BS - Accounting MS - Busines Administration BA - Psychology Served in the U. S. Army as an Armored Platoon Leader in the 5th Battalion, 68th Armored Regiment, 8th Infantry Division (Retired). Have published three books and 36 articles available for sale through my blog: Commodology - Secret of Soyobeans (Financial Astrology) Timing is the Key (Financial Astrology) Scum City, a fiction novel (no longer available, under contract to major publisher) Currently resident of Las Vegas, NV, USA
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