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Snowmobile rider, 41, killed in crash with car in Langlade CountySubmitted: 02/10/2019
Snowmobile rider, 41, killed in crash with car in Langlade County
Story By Lane Kimble

TOWN OF PARRISH -
CORRECTED: 
This is the 10th snowmobile-related death in Wisconsin during the 2018-19 season. 




A snowmobiler died after a crash in Langlade County on Saturday night.

According to the Langlade County Sheriff's Office, the victim was a 41-year-old woman.

Emergency crews were called to the scene at Highway 17 and County Road Q in the town of Parrish around 8:20 p.m.  A car had crashed into the snowmobile.  The woman was pronounced dead at the scene.  No one else was hurt in the crash.


The Wisconsin State Patrol, Town of Russell EMS, and Oneida Medic 1 ambulance all helped deputies at the scene.

The LCSO did not release the victim's name as of Sunday afternoon.

Including a deadly crash in Iron County from Friday, this would mark the 11th snowmbobile-related death in Wisconsin during the 2018-19 season.


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