Fort Ripley Man Hurt In Snowmobile Accident Near Little Falls
LITTLE FALLS (WJON News) -- A Fort Ripley man was taken to the hospital after crashing his snowmobile over the weekend.
The Morrison County Sheriff's Office says they responded to a snowmobile accident just before 2:30 p.m. Saturday along Jewel Road, about 8 miles northeast of Little Falls.
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The sheriff's office says 37-year-old Jason LeBlanc was driving a snowmobile southbound in a ditch along Jewel Road, when he hit an area of hard packed snow and was thrown from the machine.
Authorities say the snowmobile came to a rest on top of LeBlanc, causing an injury to his arm.
He was taken to St. Gabriel's Hospital for his injuries.
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