Worker opens door on SECOND FLOOR of ski resort building and is met with wall of snow

Worker faces wall of snow on 2nd floor of ski resort after overnight storm dumps two feet, leaving him barricaded inside.
A worker at Sugar Bowl Resort in Norden, near Sacramento, California, encountered a wall of snow on the second floor after a two-foot overnight storm.
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A worker came face-to-face with a wall of packed snow when he opened the door on the SECOND FLOOR of a ski resort building.

It was hit by TWO FOOT of the white stuff overnight during a storm.

The holidaymaker was barricaded in by the snow which covered most of the door frame.

It happened at the Sugar Bowl Resort in Norden, near Sacramento, California, US on Saturday (2 Mar).

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A spokesperson for the resort said: “Twenty to 24 inches overnight.

“We got some digging to do.

“This is the second story of the building.

“Thank goodness we keep the snorkel so close by.”

Local Jeremy joked: “Time to break out the flamethrower.”

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And Susan remarked: “Bringing a whole new meaning to ‘snowed in’.”

Relentless snowfall and winds exceeding 100mph pounded the Sierra Nevada mountain range across Northern California and parts of Nevada last week.

According to Sugar Bowl Resort, 10 and a half feet of snow fell in the past seven days.

The mountain’s base elevation is 6,883ft and its summit elevation is 8,383ft.

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