Marble Mountain injury a result of human error

A report released by provincial government investigators blames human error for an accident that injured a child at Marble Mountain Ski Resort this winter. The child fell seven to eight meters from a chairlift and broke her pelvis. The Government Services report said its investigation found the accident happened because the girl wasn’t properly restrained in her seat. The report ordered changes to better position lift attendants so they can properly identify that skiers are securely in their chairs.

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