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  • Video: Missing skier's father wants to use technology to speed rescues

    Mike May of Davis, Calif., wonders if better technology could have helped locate his son, Carson May, a 23-year-old Sugar Bowl Ski Resort instructor, who disappeared on the mountain Jan. 14. Mike May, who was blinded at age 3 but regained partial vision in 2000 after surgery, was listening acutely to his three radios during the search for Carson.

Mike May of Davis, Calif., wonders if better technology could have helped locate his son, Carson May, a 23-year-old Sugar Bowl Ski Resort instructor, who disappeared on the mountain Jan. 14. Mike May, who was blinded at age 3 but regained partial vision in 2000 after surgery, was listening acutely to his three radios during the search for Carson. Richard Chang The Sacramento Bee
Mike May of Davis, Calif., wonders if better technology could have helped locate his son, Carson May, a 23-year-old Sugar Bowl Ski Resort instructor, who disappeared on the mountain Jan. 14. Mike May, who was blinded at age 3 but regained partial vision in 2000 after surgery, was listening acutely to his three radios during the search for Carson. Richard Chang The Sacramento Bee

Father of missing skier wonders if better technology could have helped rescue effort

January 21, 2016 5:07 PM

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