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Cortland County Snowmobiler Injured

 

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A Cortland County snowmobiler is being treated at  Upstate Medical Center in Syracuse after he was thrown from the sled while riding in the Town of Homer.

Sheriff’s officials say 63 year old Neil Grinnell of Homer was riding his snowmobile on trail 57 off Route 11 shortly after 6 p.m. February 12 when he was ejected from the vehicle and his body hit a tree.

The investigation continues and authorities have not said what may have contributed to the crash.

Grinnell suffered chest and internal injuries. He was stabilized at the scene before being flown to the hospital in Syracuse.

His condition was not available.

 

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