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Dutch royal buried by avalanche in Austria

Dutch royal buried by avalanche in Austria

epa03110270 (FILE) A file picture dated 19 February 2011 shows (from back L-R) Prince Constantijn of the Netherlands and wife Princess Laurentien, Dutch Crown Prince Willem Alexander and wife Princess Maxima, Dutch Queen Beatrix, Prince Friso of Orange-Nassau and wife Princess Mabel pose with Dutch Queen Beatrix grandchildren (front L-R) Leonard, Claus-Casimir, Eloise, Ariane, Alexia, Catharina-Amalia, Zaria and Luana during a photosession in the ski resort of Lech am Arlberg, Austria. A member of the Dutch royal family was rescued from an avalanche while skiing in Austria on 17 February 2012, the mayor of Lech skiing resort told dpa. Austrian press agency APA reported that the victim was Prince Friso, son of Queen Beatrix, without providing sources. Mayor Ludwig Muxel said the person had been buried for around 20 minutes and had since been brought to a clinic in Innsbruck. EPA/Stiplovsek Dietmar
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