On January 11, 2017

Local woman rescued in Killington backcountry

KILLINGTON—On Friday, Jan. 6, at about 1 p.m., the state police received an Emergency 911 call from a man advising a woman in his ski party had become lost in the woods after snowboarding out of bounds off the North Ridge Triple ski trail located at the Killington Ski Resort.
The state police and the Killington Ski Patrol were able to communicate with the woman, identified as Alicia Titzmann, age 39 from Killington, through her cellular phone. Using her phone coordinates the Killington Ski Patrol was able to guide Titzmann through the back county and to the Bucklin Trail, which comes out on Wheelerville Road in Mendon. She was was then located by a member of the Department of Motor Vehicles.
Alicia was not injured as a result of this incident and refused all medical assistance.
The following agencies responded to assist: state police search and rescue, Killington Volunteer Fire Department, Killington Search and Rescue, Killington First Response, Killington Ski Resort, Ski Patrol and Vermont Department of Motor Vehicles.

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