More lost skiers
assisted by police
KILLINGTON — A Canadian youth who went out of bounds at the Killington Ski Resort was found safe Friday night, as were two lost New York skiers earlier in the day.
Vermont State Police said Andrew Baldwin, 13, of Montreal was reported missing at about 5:20 p.m. He had been skiing with his older brother, police said, and was last seen when the two of them went off the Ridge Run trail.
Baldwin’s mother called police when he was two hours overdue to meet up with his family.
Members of the state police and Search Rescue Team, Killington Ski Patrol, Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department,and the Killington Fire Department assisted in the search.
Baldwin was located a short time later uninjured, police said.
It was the second of two incidents that day. Two men from Highland, N.Y., also got lost after skiing out of bounds and were found by police two hours later.MORE IN Local & State
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