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office wants you to be safe if you head into the snow this comes after deputies say three boys called 9-1-1 while camping on mount ashland. newswatch 12's andryanna sheppard tels us what they say you should do in order to stay safe. [a21]mount a rescue folo-ll mini pkg andryanna says: "i spoke to the jackson county sheriff's office and the general manager here at mount ashland ski area. they tell me there are a few ways to make sure you are safe if you are coming out here into the snow." the jackso county sherif's ofice tells me the number one way you know you're going to be in an area that has snow. make sure that you're prepared with wel fitting through the time you plan to be away and then some." this comes after search and rescue says deputies responded to a call on mount ashland. they say three boys went camping on saturday. by sunday, deputies say they called search and rescue because snow started coming down and they were underdressed and unprepared for the conditions. they three boys are safe but now deputies want to make sure this doesn't happen to anyone else. julie says: "a lot of people think it's to what you need in the winter but it's defintiely a different experience." mount ashlan ski area hasn't oficially opened yet. so it was closed the day of the boys went that means the ski patrol wasn't out making sure visitors weren't hurt or lost. hiram says: "we tak care of a lot of marking of obstacles, marking our boundaries. people have to lightly because those areas are accessible from mt. ashland's ski area. it's just good to know once you leave here you don't have deputies and the general manager here at mount ashland ski area say this case with the three teen andryanna sheppard, newswatch 12." homeless people are being told to leave a big encampment in