Minnesota native, pro skier Jamie Pierre, dies in Utah avalanche

He died after triggering an avalanche while snowboarding at an unopened ski resort. Pierre, originally from Minnetonka, set the world record for cliff jump with skis at 255 feet.
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He died after triggering an avalanche while snowboarding at an unopened ski resort. Pierre, originally from Minnetonka, set the world record for cliff jump with skis at 255 feet.

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