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Published on February 27, 2015 with No Comments

German police say they helped American skier Lindsey Vonn get to Bulgaria for a World Cup event after she forgot her passport in Austria. Munich airport police say Vonn realized after arriving for a flight to Sofia that she had left her passport in Salzburg, more than an hour away. They say officers at the airport issued an emergency travel document for the 30-year-old American that allowed her to take her flight. A World Cup super-G and a combined event will be held in Bansko, Bulgaria, this weekend.


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