Monday, July 17, 2017

SNOWMOBILER DIES AFTER GOING AIRBORNE AND HITTING TREE'S

 1997

In the winter of 1997 Shon Lewis and some friends traveled to Acadia National Park to do some snowmobiling.  By all accounts the evening could not of gone any better.  That would all change two hours later when they returned to the parking lot of the Acadia National Park Visitor's Center in Hull's cove.
The group of snowmobilers took a rest while Shon decided to take a final run around the parking lot.  That would end up being a fatal decision because at some point he lost control of his snowmobile and was killed.  His machine left the parking lot, traveled down an embankment and into a cluster of tree's.  He went head first into the tree's and died almost instantly.
Speed, loss of control and weather conditions at the time were to blame for the fatal accident.

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