KELLOGG, Idaho (AP) - UPDATE 4:50 p.m. Searchers have found a third body buried by an avalanche at an Idaho ski resort, and they confirmed it is a person who was reported missing on Wednesday.
Tuesday's avalanche at the Silver Mountain Resort killed two other people and injured four.
Searchers in a helicopter spotted the missing person's body on Thursday.
Meanwhile, the Shoshone County Sheriff's Office has identified two of the dead as 58-year-old Carl Humphreys of Liberty Lake, Washington, and 46-year-old Scott Parsons of Spokane Valley, Washington.
Avalanche survivor Bill Fuzak says he knew there was nothing he could do but wait and pray.
ORIGINAL: Searchers are looking again for a skier missing at an Idaho resort after an avalanche this week killed two people and injured four.
The search is underway at Silver Mountain Resort and involves about 120 people, aided by dogs and a helicopter.
Avalanche survivor Bill Fuzak has posted on Facebook he was surprised at how calm he felt while he was buried under about 10 feet of snow and running out of air.
He says he spent about 50 minutes buried and passed out.
The next thing he remembered was the cheering of rescuers.