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PCMR reopens PayDay

Park City Mountain Resort reopened its PayDay lift on Wednesday morning, three days after it malfunctioned, stranding almost 300 people.

Resort spokeswoman Krista Parry said the lift has worked fine since reopening.

"It’s been great. Absolutely no problems at all," she said.

She said the resort installed equipment from the McConkey’s lift in PayDay, allowing it to reopen, but forcing the shutdown of McConkey’s. She said PCMR hopes to reopen the McConkey’s lift by next weekend, when replacement parts arrive.

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