One seriously injured in N.H. snowmobile collision
A 61-year-old New Hampshire man received serious injuries in a car and snowmobile collision occurred Saturday afternoon, authorities confirmed.
New Hampshire state police said in a statement that the report of the serious personal injury in a motor vehicle and snowmobile collision occurred on Route 115, near the Route 2, at 3:28 p.m.
The victim was identified as Stephen Noseworthy, a 61-year-old resident of Lincoln, N.H. Noseworthy had been driving a car on the Route 115 and Phillip Mumley, a 47-year-old resident of Georgetown, Massachusetts, had been driving a snowmobile west on Corridor #5 when the collision occurred.
Mumley suffered life-threatening injuries. He was initially taken to Lancaster-based Weeks Hospital, before being transported to Lebanon-based Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center.
Noseworthy didn’t suffer any injuries in the collision. No further information was made public as the incident remains under investigation.
Anyone with information relevant to the collision has been urged to immediately contact the N.H. State Police at 603-846-3333 or email@example.com.
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