We are building and developing our own training center for manufacturers to come in and work with blind people to get our views and opinions on this technology.
The viciousness of the storm took aback even the most seasoned members of our team. It was one of the worst conditions for search and rescue personnel that we've seen in a long time.
I don't really like the idea that sewage from New York and Maryland is being dumped in our neighborhood. And we have to deal with the discomforts.
We have a lot of wind-loaded slopes.
The people in our county were not aware what was going on.
Based on that information we had to concentrate on that area because that was the only clue.
It was time to throw the blinkers away.
It's not unusual for people to self-rescue themselves. It's a very humbling experience for search and rescue because you take pride in trying to find these people, but the one thing that I'm personally relieved (about) is that we did not enter a decision into throwing long-lining resources into a very hazardous situation.
She is representing this trend of foreign students or people who are visitors to the province who are running into problems.
We don't want that to lull people. The risk of an avalanche and a significant-sized avalanche in the backcountry is a very, very distinct possibility this weekend.
This really hits hard. Our reason for existence is to find people.
Radio on the Internet is yet another world-shrinking example of what communications analysts call death of distance.
The only problem with Drifter Creek is that you can't check it safely at night.
I just think that this is a key time, not to point fingers or to be critical, it's just showing a trend and now there's an opportunity for wilderness education, which is a positive thing.
What they didn't know was that the subject could see their lights . . . but he was so cold and his voice was so hoarse from yelling that they couldn't hear him.
He's mean. He's hateful, ... He's bloodthirsty. He wanted to kill her. Murder was on this boy's mind.
Snowboard clothes are not conducive to being stuck out overnight. As long as you're on the move and you're snowboarding you're fine ... but he's been out all night.
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