A snowmobile driver a 23-year-old is in a critical condition after a swerve in the rang Saint-Hilaire in Saint-André-du-Lac-Saint-Jean, on Monday evening.
The police officers of the Sûreté du Québec, MRC Domaine-du-Roy, have been called to the scene around 18h. “An investigation is ongoing, because we do not know the circumstances of the accident. The man was alone. He was taken to the hospital. We don’t know exactly when it happened,” says the spokesperson Beatrice Dorsainville.
The rang Saint-Hilaire along the river Métabetchouane several kilometres from Saint-André, towards the south and the Laurentian wildlife reserve.
Emergency services gathered on the street Dubose to rescue a woman on a snowmobile.
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The assistance of the fire department of the Saguenay has been necessary to transport a lady to hospital after she was injured in a snowmobile, in the area of Arvida. Although there has been no accident, the woman has experienced discomfort in the back during a shock during the ride, ” says the chief operations Eric Morin, the fire safety Service.
“As a precautionary measure, we have been called,” he continued. We are going to recover it with a trailer.” The emergency services were given an appointment near the entrance to the trail on a snowmobile, on the rue Dubose.