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Video: Another Snowcat Gets Caught in an Avalanche

Editor's Note: TGR understands the inherent risks with winter backcountry activity and urges anyone going out to have the proper knowledge, equipment, a partner, and a plan. For more information on how to stay safe in the backcountry, check out TGR’s annual Safety Week series.

A few weeks ago, we saw a snowcat get carried by an avalanche and then promptly get back to grooming those perfect pistes. Seems like it’s a bit of a trend, with yet another video capturing a Pisten Bully getting swept away after popping what seems to be a large wind slab. No details on where this happened (can anyone understand the commentary?), and we can only hope the driver is safe.

RELATED: Three Fatal Avalanche Accidents Occured Last Weekend

Read more about avalanche safety backcountry travel in TGR's Safety Week content.

This is at Brezovica, in Kosovo. The driver is safe.

That is Brezovica, Kosovo. No one was hurt and Pisten Bully continued his way without any dmage

Brezovica, Kosovo province,  Serbia. It happened around two weeks ago, no casualties…

    Kosovo is a State not province stupid nacionalist!!Brezovica belongs to Kosovo’s state forever!

      I’m neither stupid or nationalist. According to my constitution it’s part of my country, according to yours -  it’s part of yours. But that’s not reason to call me stupid or nationalist :/

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