CHARLESTON, VT- UPDATE: A New Hampshire man is in critical condition Sunday after crashing his snowmobile.
Vermont State Police say a New Hampshire man was injured in a snowmobile crash Saturday.
It happened just before 7pm along a trail in Charleston.
The operator, 52-year-old Don Wilson of Windham, NH was traveling east, when police said he failed to negotiate a right hand turn, and thrown from the snowmobile and collided with a tree.
Wilson was transported to the hospital wth internal injuries.
Charleston Fire Dept, Derby Line Ambulance, Newport Ambulance, VT Fish & Wildlife, and Brighton Police Dept assisted with the crash.
The crash remains under investigation.
We'll update this story, as soon as more information becomes available.
It happened just before 7PM Saturday, along a trail in Charleston.
Vermont State Police said Don Wilson, 52, of Windham failed to make a right-hand turn, and was thrown from the snowmobile and collided with a tree.
Wilson was taken to the hospital for numerous fractures.
While the crash is under investigation, police want to remind snowmobilers to pay attention to signs and drive a reasonable speed.
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