A fifteen-year-old Wellesley girl was killed in a skiing accident yesterday when she slammed into a tree on Copper Mountain in Colorado, according to the Summit County Coroner’s Office.
Hannah Randolph was skiing with her family when the accident happened at around 1:45 in the afternoon.
“She was skiing on an expert run and caught an edge,’’ said Deputy Chief Coroner Regan Wood. “It was blunt force trauma.’’
Randolph was wearing a helmet, said Wood.
She was taken to the Copper Mountain Clinic where she was pronounced dead.