others hurt in 3 weekend snowmobile crashes
Cops are warning snowmobilers to slow down and be more careful after a trio of crashes over the weekend across the region one ofof cheap Lions jerseys from china
The fatal crash happened south of the city early Sunday.
Alex Miller, 21, of the Cornwall area, was killed when the snowmobile on which he was a passenger struck a pole. The driver, a 27 year old Cornwall man, was arrested and charged with impaired driving causing death and driving while disqualified.
He is to appear in Cornwall court Monday.
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second alcohol related snowmobile fatality in the past three weeks. OPP charged a 22 year old South Stormont man with impaired driving causing death, as well as drugdrug wholesale Lions cheap jerseys
possession after he lost control of his snowmobile, causing both he and his passenger Daniel Andre, 21, to be thrown off.
Andre died when he struck a tree.
"Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs resultsresults cheap Lions jerseys from china
in dire consequences," said OPP Insp. Paul Bedard. "Driving a snowmobile or any other vehicle under the influence is completely irresponsible.
"Don't be that driver. Your family and friends appreciate it."
Sgt. Kristine Rae said speeding was the cause of two other snowmobile crashes over the weekend one near Bancroft and the other in the Napanee area.
Two people were seriously hurt in the Bancroft incident, which happened Friday. The Napanee crash, which happened Sunday morning, led to oneone wholesale Lions jerseys
person being taken to hospital with serious injuries.
"It's speed," said Rae. "People need to drive more cautiously. When there's fresh snow, obstacles don't always show. Just because it looks clear, doesn't mean that it is. People need to smarten up and slow down."