Skier Gets Summons for Hit-and-Run on Aspen Slope

A Massachusetts man has been issued a summons for allegedly leaving the scene of a skiing accident in Aspen.

A Pitkin County sheriff's deputy served the summons to 61-year-old William Marsh at a condominium complex where he was staying on Saturday.

Marsh is accused of colliding with a skier earlier that day on Aspen Mountain.

Sheriff Patrol Director Ann Stephenson says Marsh stopped to give the other skier his contact information, but left the accident scene before the ski patrol arrived. That's a violation of the Colorado Skier Safety Act.

The other man, who was not identified, was treated for a shoulder injury at Aspen Valley Hospital, where a nurse reported the alleged safety act violation.