Jindabyne-based police rescue team rescue two men trapped by icy weather blast near Mt Kosciuszko

By Peter Brewer
Updated June 1 2022 - 7:39am, first published 4:15am

A small stone hut built in 1929 deep in the Snowy Mountains to provide emergency shelter became a vital bolthole for two young men caught unawares by the sudden arrival of the so-called "polar front" now pushing snow and sub-zero temperatures into alpine areas of NSW and the ACT.



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