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Friends, neighbors and members of the Sigma Nu fraternity remove snow and uncover the personal belongings of avalanche victims Fred Allendorf and Michel Colville three days after a Feb. 28 slide demolished their home. The couple, along with 8-year-old Phoenix Scoles-Coburn, was found alive in the hours after the incident, but Colville later died of her injuries.

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