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Saturday, January 9, 2010

Snowmobile Crash Reported In Area Of Billy Lewis Road

Snowmobile Crash
At 4:55 pm on Saturday, Coudersport Dept. 48 has been dispatched to the Billy Lewis Road for a snowmobile accident. One person is reported semi-concious.

The caller was not certain of the location, as they were from out of the area, but thought to be on the Billy Lewis Road. Victim now reported unresponsive.

At 5:32 pm--A medical helicopter is inbound to a landing zone on Gross Hollow Road.

15 comments :

Anonymous said...

I really hope this person is ok. I heard they had a hard time getting to him or her. the only way to get to the person was on snowmobile but they had a hard time getting a snowmobile there due to the trails being shut down. every minute counts when its you hurt or your loved one. so lets hope that due to the extra time this person is still ok. lets all keep them in our prayers.

Anonymous said...

Boy the Snowdoe is sure causing a lot of problems this year.....

3 reported crashes plus I am sure there have been many more....

hopefully everyone is okay!

Anonymous said...

Why would you think that it is the fault of the Rodeo In The Snow? Would you ever think that the fault could lye on the people that are driving the sleds? Maybe mixing drinking and driving or even speed is not a good thing?!?!!?

Anonymous said...

Prayers to him and his family. It was hard when Trevor Dynda left and I prayed and prayed. Keep your hopes up(:

Anonymous said...

Thoughts & Prayers are with the family of this loved one they lost

Mr Sarcastic said...

Yeah...really! The Billy Lewis road is nowhere near the snowmobile club. Just because someone is riding a snowmobile here this weekend doesn't mean they are going to the snowdeo. That is like saying that the maple festival car show caused all of the car accidents in the area that weekend.

Anonymous said...

Thoughts & prayers & sypmathy to the family of this gentleman.

Anonymous said...

Any news who this was or where thy were from?

Anonymous said...

duh.... there is snow...people are going to ride, it has nothing to do w/ the Rodeo, so grow up!!!
Gee.... lets see, when i becomes summer, & the weather is nice, is that to blame for motorcycles accidents.
dumb@$*....

Anonymous said...

Im taking it that this person has past on?? If so, Thoughts and prayers are with the family..And for the one that posted something about Trevor, thanks fo ryour support..It will be one year that he has been gone..Missing him like crazy..He was such a great kid..We love you Trevor Adam Dynda..Rest in peace my friend..From all your family and friends here in Austin..

Solomon's words for the wise said...

Because these snowmobile accidents occurred on private property, state police have not done any reports on them. They were not aware of any fatalities. If anyone has information to share on them, it would be appreciated.

Anonymous said...

the forst one the caps was up at the club jim abut two times but dont know if thay got info or not

Anonymous said...

I live directly across the road from the Potter County Snowmobile Club
I do not have a sled nor do I ride.
I will say I have never had a problem or any issues with the club or snowdeo.
The trail goes right past our home and I never hear anything.

It is sad to blame a club for people’s actions.
Wolf

Anonymous said...

My husband had a snowmobile accident on saturday and it wasn't at the snowmobile club. It wasn't because he was drinking and it wasn't because he was speeding. These things just happen. It's why they are called accidents. Fortunately he will be okay. The snowmobile club did a fine job by the way!

Mr Sarcastic said...

I had an accident on my sled Saturday night around midnite or so. Hit a drift going to fast and there was an old hay bale under it. It knocked me right off and i rolled quite a ways, but I was too buzzed to feel anything....just got back in the saddle and kept going after I cleaned the snow out of my helmet and pants.