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Missing hearing-impaired campers turn up unharmed

The Aspen Times

Two teenage campers from the Aspen Camp School for the Deaf who went missing Thursday morning in the Capitol Creek wilderness were found unharmed several hours later.The 13-year-old boys, both hearing-impaired, had been on an overnight trip with a group from the school to Capitol Lake near Old Snowmass on Wednesday. Pitkin County Deputy John Armstrong said the boys were unharmed but probably hungry.The 13-year-old boys, both hearing-impaired, had been on an overnight trip with a group from the school to Capitol Lake near Old Snowmass on Wednesday. Pitkin County Deputy John Armstrong said the boys were unharmed but probably hungry.


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