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by Tom Yazwinski
Q13 FOX News reporter
SNOQUALMIE PASS — The body of missing avalanche victim Mitch Hungate was located Wednesday morning by a King County Sheriff’s Search and Rescue team near Granite Mountain.
Hungate,60, was presumed dead after he went missing in an avalanche in early April near Snoqualmie Pass.
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At least three people were missing and two people were injured in two separate avalanches that hit the Snoqualmie Pass area Saturday, April 14.
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