Four people die in three days on Quebec snowmobile trails


By Staff The Canadian Press Posted February 27, 2023 11:10 am Four Quebec snowmobilers have died in separate crashes since Friday. Provincial police say a man in his 60s died in St-Cuthbert, Que., around 90 kilometres northeast of Montreal, after his snowmobile collided with a tree Sunday morning.A day earlier, a man in his 50s died in Saguenay, Que., from injuries he suffered after his vehicle hit a tree. Trending Now On Friday, a snowmobiler in his 40s died after colliding with another snowmobile in Quebec’s Beauce-Centre region, south of Quebec City.Also on Friday, a snowmobiler in his 30s died after his snowmobile swerved off a trail in Ste-Hélène-de-Bagot, Que., east of Montreal. Story continues below advertisement Provincial police are calling for prudence on snowmobile trails as many families are on vacation for spring break week. &copy 2023 The Canadian Press

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