A champion huge mountain skiier was killed amid a torrential slide in Chile - after she was gotten in a snowstorm while shooting scenes for a forthcoming computer game.
The skiier is 30-year-old Matilda Rapaport - who was in the Andes mountains close Santiago to take a shot at the Ubisoft amusement "Steep" when she was gotten in a torrential slide on Thursday and caught underneath the snow.
Rescuers mixed to get to Matilda - yet when they contacted her, she was not doing so great ... experiencing oxygen hardship and mind harm.
Rapaport spent the weekend in a trance like state - yet succumbed to her wounds on Monday.
Red Bull - one of Matilda's supporters - issued an announcement commending her as a "profoundly regarded, adored individual from the freeride group" who won the famous Scandinavian Big Mountain Championships in 2011.
"Matilda will be remembered fondly by the ski group, her fans and her supporters. Alongside her numerous companions, our contemplations are currently with her better half Mattias and her family."