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Motorized snow vehicle collision sends two to hospital

OPP responded to a motorized snow vehicle collision in Marathon Saturday night.
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MARATHON, Ont. – Paramedics took two teens to hospital Saturday following a motorized snow vehicle collision in Marathon.

Ontario Provincial Police responded to a report of a motorized snow vehicle collision on Saturday shortly after 5 p.m.

Police say an MSV traveling on a private road with two young males lost control and struck a pole ejecting the two passengers.

When OPP arrived the two males were being attended to by local EMS.

Both were transported to the local hospital for assessment for their injuries.

Police say the 15-year-old driver was later transferred to the Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre for further assessment and treatments for a possible head injury.

The passenger, 16, was later released from the local hospital after being attended to by medical staff.

The investigation is ongoing with possible charges.




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