Feb 28, 2015 7:27 PM

Connecticut man suffers serious injuries in snowmobile crash at Jefferson Notch


JEFFERSON NOTCH - A Connecticut man suffered serious injuries after crashing a rental snowmobile into trees.

Saturday around 12:30 p.m. Janson Jeffery, 38 of Newington; Conn., was operating a rental snowmobile south on Corridor 11. Police said Jefferson was run off the rail by a pair of operating Ski-Doo model snowmobiles.

Police said Jeffery claims he was coming around a slight left hand corner when a yellow Ski-Doo appeared traveling north on his side of the trail.

To avoid an accident with the snowmobile, Jeffery was forced off of the right side of the trail right into some trees.

There was also a dark colored Ski-Doo along with the yellow one that appeared at the time of the incident.

EMS personnel from Twin Mountain Fire an Rescue and a Littleton Paramedic responded to the call placed by the rental tour guide.

Jefferey was wedged between the damaged snow mobile and a tree and had to be disentangled by the first responders. He was transported to Littleton Regionald Hospital for serious injuries.

The accident is still under investigation, authorities are asking if there are any witnesses or if anyone has additional information especially the possoble identities of the Ski-Doo drivers. Contact Fish and Game 271-3361


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