Snowmobile Accidents

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Late November and Early December brought ideal snowmobiling conditions to much of upstate New York, as a thick blanket of snow drew hundreds of thrill-seekers to the area. Many New Yorkers watch the forecasts expectantly as winter comes on, waiting for the chance to pull their snowmobiles out of storage,…

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A 14-year old was killed in Jefferson County, Wisconsin on February 10th, 2018 while snowmobiling with friends. The boy and others were following a trail when he misjudged a corner and careened off the road, striking a chain-link fence. By the time medical professionals arrived, it was too late to…

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February has not been kind to New York snowmobilers. The most recent incident claimed two lives when two men were killed after a head-on collision when one of the drivers strayed from the proper lane. Emergency personnel were on the scene quickly but it was too late. This most recent…

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Fall is coming to a close and winter is descending across the country. Frigid temperatures will keep many people home during the cold months, but there are those who love to brave the elements to have a little fun. Skiing, snowboarding, sledding, and snowmobiling are all popular pastimes during the…

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With winter snow still on the ground in many areas around the country, winter activities like skiing, snowboarding and snowmobiling remain in full force. Those who enjoy outdoor winter sports revel in riding their snowmobiles in seemingly perfect conditions. Properly packed snow makes for ideal skiing and snowboarding. Most of…

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The season for snowmobiling is just starting, and snowmobile accidents are no stranger in extreme weather states like Maine, Michigan, Wisconsin and Colorado. Snowmobiles, while enticing and fun for many, can cause accidents that result in permanent brain damage, severed limbs, concussions and many, many broken bones. In worst case…

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