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tughillboy said:
WOW... how did they survive were they on the same snowmobile.
QUOTE FROM THE UNREAD ARTICLE:

Henry, who also was wearing a helmet, saw Stewart's crash and hit a group of trees trying to avoid the camper
 

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Lesson to others... Don't go fast in areas you do not know well.

Can you imagine being in that trailer when the sled hit it?
 

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Does anyone know the worst part??

take a look at a few of the comments from the peanut gallery under the article....


"I'd guess 9 out of 10 snowmobile riders are driving with alcohol in their system. Especially at that time of night/morning. They almost ALL do it!"[/color=red]
InappropriateMar. 8, 2010 4:19pm EST | from Twiggy[/color=red]

so now, we are all "drunks"
 

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thats a easy fix on the camper. not much to them anyways. seems like the camper owner got a parts sled.

had to alchohol related for sure not to see that.
 
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Bowak said:
was their lights not working? why would they crash into trailer or tree?

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DUI - driving under ignorance

It's amazing the number of people who go WOT after dark in unfamiliar territory and overdrive their lights so even IF they see something, they can't stop in time.

He's lucky there wasn't LP tanks on the front of that. The walls of RV's are all light wood frames, insulation, and aluminum siding, so that cushioned the impact.
 

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I hope a split second before he hit that trailer he realised how stupid he was. Unbeleivable. Not even the seat would be usable on that ball of wreckage after the sh1t stains he probably left on it..
 
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