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UPDATE: Snowmobiler Identified from Three Lakes CrashSubmitted: 03/24/2013
UPDATE: Snowmobiler Identified from Three Lakes Crash
Story By Lyndsey Stemm

THREE LAKES - Police identified the man who died snowmobiling in Three Lakes yesterday.

Thirty one-year-old Dean Katsaros Junior crashed his sled just after 10:30 yesterday morning.

He was on Trail 13 in Three Lakes. Police say he may have lost control of his sled when he hit a tree.

The Ministry Spirit 2 helicopter was called to the site, but Katsaros was pronounced dead at the scene. Police are still investigating the crash.

Katsaros was from Willow Springs, Illinois.



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