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2 dead after snowboarder hits skiers

CASPER, Wyo. —Authorities say two people have died and one was injured after a man on a snowboard struck a woman and her daughter on skis at a Wyoming ski area.

The Casper Star-Tribune reports that the 22-year-old man and the 5-year-old girl were pronounced dead at a Casper hospital after the collision Friday at the Hogadon Ski Area. The mother has been hospitalized, but her condition and injuries weren't available.

No names have been released.

Natrona County sheriff's Lt. Mark Sellers says the mother and girl were stopped on a ski run when the snowboarder hit them.

The ski area was closed Saturday for Christmas.

Unexploded bombs retrieved from store

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. —Police in the Denver suburb of Englewood say 10 unexploded homemade bombs were found in a cell phone store after they were thrown through the windows.

Police say the bombs were found in the CTG Wireless store in a strip mall on Friday. No injuries were reported.

The Denver Post reports that nearby stores were evacuated while the Arapahoe County bomb squad gathered the devices.

Authorities declined to release details about the explosives, citing the ongoing investigation.

Englewood police say the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives is assisting the investigation.

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