One person has died after a crash at Eldora Mountain, the second death at the Boulder County ski resort in the past two days.
Boulder County sheriff’s spokeswoman Carrie Haverfield confirmed one person was declared dead after the crash was called in Monday morning.
Haverfield said there was no information available at this time about whether the person was skiing or snowboarding or what might have led to the crash.
No further information was available at this time about the victim.
A snowboarder died after crashing into a tree at Eldora on Sunday, while two teens were hospitalized after a separate incident on Saturday.
Eldora released a statement about the incidents Monday.
“We care deeply for the Eldora community and are committed to the well-being of all guests and staff,” the statement read. “It is because of this that the recent accidents, which were unrelated and occurred under different circumstances and at different locations, are so heartbreaking for all of us. We offer our sincere sympathies to the family and friends of those involved, and we hold them in our thoughts and hearts during this difficult time.”
The Boulder County Coroner’s Office has not yet publicly identified either of the victims.