Snowmobile Accident in MT Kills WA Woman

A Washington state woman died in a snowmobile accident Sunday in Montana.   The fatal collision occurred in northwestern Montana around 1:30 p.m. Sunday when the woman, from Newman Lake, Wash., was snowmobiling in the Spread Creek drainage. Her snowmobile struck a tree, pinning her between the snowmobile and tree.  The 41-year-old woman was transported to St. John’s Hospital, but died Monday from injuries sustained in the collision.

As Seattle personal injury lawyers, we are saddened to hear about this fatal collision. My condolences go out to the friends and families of this woman who are dealing with this tragic accident.  While snowmobiling can be fun, it’s important to remember that it is just as dangerous as other motorized vehicles.  Riders should practice safe riding techniques, wear helmets and other safety gear, and know the area they will be riding in.  

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