An avalanche was triggered Sunday morning at Squaw Valley.
Amelia Richmond a spokesperson for Squaw Valley said an inbounds, post-control avalanche was triggered by 3 snowboarders on a portion of the KT-22 peak at 9:50 a.m.
Several witnesses, including a ski patroller riding the lift line reported the avalanche.
Richmond said ski patrollers were on the scene of the avalanche within a minute, responding to two skiers, neither of whom were burried in snow.
One skier, a 39-year-old woman, was transported and released from a medical clinic. A second skier, a 16-year-old boy, was treated for a shoulder injury and trasported to Tahoe Forrest Hospital in Truckee for further observation, Richmond said.
Although witnesses reported not seeing anyone else caught in the slide, the resort initiated a full search to confirm no other people were involved.
The search was concluded at 11:50 a.m. after all guests and staff who had ridden the KT-22 ski lift were accounted for.
Richmond said the KT-22 chairlift closed after the incident and will remain closed Sunday.