A Texas mother died and her two daughters were injured after falling from a chairlift at a Colorado ski resort, authorities said.
The three fell from a chairlift at the Ski Granby Ranch in Granby, Colorado, west of Boulder, from a height of 25 feet on Thursday while on vacation, a spokeswoman for the Grand County Sheriff’s Office told CNN.
The mother was pronounced dead at Middle Park Medical Center in Granby, according to the sheriff’s office, while her 9-year-old daughter was in stable condition and her 12-year-old daughter was treated and released.
The sheriff’s office was investigating the cause of the accident.
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