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The entire mountain just -- break and often.
In my heart -- and just let alone -- whole month and Butler and ties the blacks that they knew the avalanche risks but went anyway.
While black with on the hillside.
-- Hearing him in ten feet of snow I ran back to my Slaton got my shovel grabbed the probe and just started -- and everywhere just.
Everywhere endorsing -- they couldn't hit -- -- couldn't find him Butler is a trained avalanche rescue were and has helped on searches before.
He knew time was of the -- and all reality and what's gone ahead and then going on -- -- -- My lifelong best friend he's not in realized nearby -- girlfriend also watched.
I just felt so helpless.
There is this the most helpless feeling.
And it was -- we're seeing right.
-- was under the snow without oxygen for about twenty minutes when another friend found him.
Alive and breathing.
We're just following -- -- just hugging each other.
Just so thankfully he was okay.
And it was a miracle I'm.
I didn't think that we're gonna pull my -- I -- alive.
It took another twenty minutes to -- blacked out.
-- Black was on injured Butler says it's changed the way he looks at the mountain and hopes others will pay more attention to the avalanche warnings.
No one's invincible.
-- -- We -- we're invincible and nothing can happen we can outrun anything.
It sound like that is -- light -- actually happens.
It's a whole different story in summit county -- -- -- fox thirteen news Utah.
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