A skier was killed Monday on Colorado's Aspen Mountain after being struck by another skier.
Natalie Egleston, 48, who was visiting from Philadelphia, died from traumatic brain injury as a result of the collision with another female skier, the Aspen Times reported Wednesday.
The death occurred less than a week after snowmobiler Caleb Moore perished from fatal injuries sustained during the Winter X Games on Aspen's Buttermilk Mountain.
Monday's collision occurred at 3:46 p.m. on lower Spar Gulch.
When ski patrollers responded to an incident report they found Egleston unconscious and unresponsive. The Aspen Daily News reports that Egleston had been standing on the slope when she was struck by the other skier.
The other woman, from New York, received only minor injuries. Her name was not released.
Both skiers had been wearing helmets.
Authorities are still investigating. Anyone who witnessed the collision is asked to call the Pitkin County Sheriff's Office at 970-920-5300.
This was the third snowsports-related fatality this season at Aspen-Snowmass.