Serious Snowmobile Collision Shoal Lake 39 Under Investigation

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KENORA – NEWS – Members of the Kenora, Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) and Treaty Three Police Service (T3PS) responded to reports of a seriously injured male after a motorized snow vehicle (MSV) collision.

On December, 17, 2023, shortly before 11:00 a.m. officers with both the OPP and T3PS and Kenora Emergency Medical Services (EMS) were dispatched to Shoal Lake 39 after reports a male had been involved in a single MSV collision on the ice.

With the assistance of Shoal Lake community members the male was rendezvoused with EMS and received prompt medical attention.

The male is in stable condition and the investigation into the cause of the collision is ongoing.

As the investigation continues updates may be provided.

The OPP wish to remind everyone that no ice is safe ice and to always be safe and prepared when venturing out. Alert someone of the destination and route to be take as well as expected return time.

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