The death of a 37-year-old man in a Wisconsin snowmobile accident has authorities urging safety as the riding season begins. The incident occurred in Schoepke, about 20 miles southeast of Rhinelander, after the rider missed a curve on a public trail and continued into the woods, where he struck a large rock and overturned. Authorities believe alcohol may have been a contributing factor, according to the State Journal. Our Hayward injury lawyers note it was the third Wisconsin snowmobile death this riding season. Last year, the Wisconsin Division of Natural Resources reported 14 deaths, compared to 16 deaths during the 2016-2017 snowmobile season.
A deadly start to the year has safety advocates urging caution as we head into the brunt of Wisconsin's winter driving season.
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