Amazing Video Shows Avalanche Coming Straight Toward Cameraperson

Powder Cloud An amazing video recorded by Thomas Farley, who was visiting a Utah ski resort earlier this week, shows a couple of skiers watching as a giant avalanche thunders through a snowy mountain valley — and then eventually inundates them, in a much-diminished form — in a powerful demonstration of the forces of nature at work. “What the heck, bro,” Farley exclaimed, watching the giant cloud approach at blistering speeds. “Here it comes, bro.” The video, which was taken on the outer edge of the Sundance Mountain Resort in Utah on Monday, cuts off just in time for the gigantic cloud of snow to engulf the incredulous group of skiers. A friend just shared this with me. Avalanche at @SundanceResort. Just now. — Chris Harrington (@CCH360) March 27, 2023 Off Property Fortunately, despite the daunting end to the video, nobody appears to have gotten hurt. “I checked to make sure I was not going to get hit and then got my phone out to film,” Farley told Storyful. “The avalanche did not make it to the resort boundaries, but the massive powder cloud did. [It] kept us covered in a super thick cloud of snow for one or two minutes.” The resort’s Twitter account later confirmed that the avalanche “happened off resort property and no one was hurt. We are very grateful for our amazing ski patrol and mountain operations crew who work tirelessly to make sure our slopes are safe.” “We remained open all day and hope you will…Amazing Video Shows Avalanche Coming Straight Toward Cameraperson

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