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Snowmobile Accidents On the East Coast

Recently, several snowmobile accidents have shown up in the news across states along the east coast.  One accident, which occurred in New Hampshire near Boston, Massachusetts, involved a father and son.  According to the news article from CBS Local in Boston, a father of three was out riding a snowmobile with his nine-year-old son when the throttle of his snowmobile got stuck.  The snowmobile hit a rock, and the father and son threw themselves off of the vehicle as it went airborne.  The son survived, but the father unfortunately did not.  The snowmobile landed in a nearby creek after flying over 70 feet into the air.  The son, whose only injury was a broken leg, was grateful to his father for saving his life by throwing him into a pile of powdery snow, which broke his fall.  

More Summer ATV Accidents

Another teenage boy in Thompson Township, PA was recently injured in an ATV accident, as reported by the Herald-Mail Media.  The report notes that the boy was driving an ATV from a field onto a road in the early evening, when he was struck by an oncoming car. The teenager was flown to an area hospital for treatment of his injuries. 

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