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sharpshooter19 12-25-2007 01:11 PM

snowmobile acident
my friend and i were riding snowmobile with two other people and we came up to a bridge. we are in the middle. and the person in front of us stops. (me and my friend are on one sled.) it is snowing alot and he cant see anything. so we get up close and he all of a sudden slides side ways a nd slams me into the back of the other sled. i didnt brake any thing but it is beat toheck they have have me on cruches til' the 26 sucks!!!!

Centauri 12-25-2007 08:43 PM

RE: snowmobile acident
Listen, if conditions arw so bad that you can't see whats in front of you, you should not be out at all. My dad has seen a worse accident you have. Here is the story-

My dad was the lead guy in a group of about 5 people. Up ahead, he saw a large group of snowmobiles. Someone came up to him franticlly asking my dad if he had a cell phone, because there was a major crash. My dad did have one, and give it to the guy. Medical help came, but the scene was not pretty.

A snowmobiler had made a turn into what he though was a turn on the trail, but it wasnt. Around that turn, was a tree. He was thrown so hard off of the sled that his boots were still in the snowmobile. He hit the tree so hard that his helmet split in half, and he hit his head.

The medical team gave CPR, but it was too late. My dad heard his last breath, and he helped carry his dead body out to the ambulance.

So, remember this, and be careful.

Rory/MO 12-26-2007 08:26 AM

RE: snowmobile acident
use some common sense here
you dont need to be out if you cant even see in front of you

Red Hawk 12-28-2007 11:36 AM

RE: snowmobile acident
gotta be very careful on those things...

sharpshooter19 12-29-2007 12:04 AM

RE: snowmobile acident
cars were going by and blowing snow onto the trail

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