Avalanche kills central Pennsylvania brothers, prominent business owners on ski trip in Canada

Avalanche kills central Pennsylvania brothers, prominent business owners on ski trip in Canada

Two family members of one of central Pennsylvania’s largest construction and real estate development companies died Monday while on a guided heli-skiing trip in western Canada.

Brothers Timothy and Jonathan Kinsley were near Mount McCrae, British Columbia, with a heli-skiing guide when the avalanche hit them and buried them in snow, according to CTV News in Vancouver.

The three men were airlifted to Kelowna, British Columbia, and rushed to hospital, but the Kinsleys could not be saved. Their guide, a CMH Heli-Ski employee, remained hospitalized Tuesday in stable condition.

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