Father, son injured in Stevens Pass avalanche

GOLD BAR, Wash. (AP) - The two men injured in an avalanche Tuesday at Stevens Pass are a father and son from La Conner.

Chelan County Sheriff Brian Burnett tells KPQ ( http://www.kpq.com/) the men were just outside the ski area at a place called Big Chief.

Stevens Pass Ski Patrol rescuers said 23-year-old Eric Marble suffered head and knee injuries and 48-year-old Curt Marble suffered a knee injury. They were not totally buried.

Both were treated at a hospital in Everett.

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Information from: KPQ-AM, http://www.kpq.com/


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