The Maine Warden Service says it will not charge a 17-year-old skier who was missing for two nights near Sugarloaf Mountain for rescue operations, which could exceed $10,000.
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A 17-year-old boy who was found alive and well after going missing for two nights near a ski resort has been discharged from a Maine hospital.
A Medford High School student who got lost while skiing at Maine’s Sugarloaf mountain Sunday was found safe Tuesday morning.
A search is under way at the Sugarloaf ski resort in western Maine for a missing teen skier from Massachusetts.
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