On Monday, there was a snowmobile accident Utah. Where one man passed away immediately. The event also impacted three persons; one pair was miraculously unharmed, and a man died immediately. According to the Beaver County Sheriff’s Office, the victim and another individual were riding snowmobiles at Blue Lake.
One Dead After Snowmobile Accident Utah
When one of them crossed a section of thin ice on the lake that couldn’t sustain the sled, the rider froze to death and fell into the water.
The person had already passed away by the moment the other couple was able to get to them. In an effort to assist, two medical helicopters also flew to the scene, but the victim was already dead.
It was not stated whether the rider’s death had an obvious reason. They also kept their identity a secret.
After A Utah Snowmobile Accident, A Couple Was Saved
They were riding two snowmobiles close to Blue Lake and were in their 70s. One of the riders crossed a ditch just before dusk, burying the snowmobile’s nose in the snow. The exit routes were too steep for one person to exit the area on foot or on a single snowmobile.
A Search and 2 Rescue helicopters and 13 crew members on snowmobiles arrived after a few hours. When they arrived, the search and rescue captain reported that the temperature was minus 12 degrees. It was only beneficial for them if they spent most of the night together.
He also gave them credit for calling for help right away when they got stuck. The riders were transported by helicopter to the hospital, where they warmed up before departing shortly after.