Extreme Skier Dies from Injuries In Chile Avalanche, here It's Come Al Gore And Friend's Will Blame Her Death On Global Warming

DEVELOPING: An extreme skier who was taking part in a film shoot died from her injuries after she got caught in an avalanche in Chile, her sponsor, Red Bull, announced Monday.
Swedish skier Matilda Rapaport, 30, was rushed to a hospital after the July 14 avalanche. She had won the famed Scandinavian Big Mountain Championships in 2011 and the Xtreme Verbier competition in 2013.
"A member of the Red Bull family since 2013, Matilda will be missed by the ski community, her fans and her supporters. Along with her many friends, our thoughts are now with her husband Mattias and her family," her sponsor announced in a statement.