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Boy caught in Canyons avalanche doing better

Boy caught in Canyons avalanche doing better



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(KSL News) The family of a boy who was injured in the first avalanche in Summit County says he is fully recovering.

In a statement, the parents of Max Zilvitis say they are "forever grateful to the volunteers and ski patrol who helped recover Max" and that "prayers, calls, and visits have visibly helped Max get better."

Max was one of two people caught in the slide at the Canyons Resort Sunday. The other, 30-year-old Jesse Williams, was killed.

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