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Four people hurt in ATV accidents PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sentinel Staff   
Monday, 29 April 2013 10:01
Four people were injured Saturday in three separate ATV accidents in the county.
In Portage, at 3:40 p.m. Nelsson Widmer, Wayne, was driving an ATV when he reportedly struck a parked vehicle, and was ejected, striking the vehicle with his body.
Additional details regarding the location of the crash were not immediately available this morning.
Widmer sustained minor injuries and was taken to Wood County Hospital by Mid-County 120 EMS.
Also in Portage, Toni Paulvir-Fuller, Portage, was driving an ATV northbound on a property in the 200 block of North Third Street when she struck a residence.
She sustained incapacitating injuries and was taken to Wood County Hospital by Bowling Green Fire/EMS. She was listed in good condition this morning. Her 5-year-old passenger, Camryn Wright, Columbus, sustained minor injuries and was also taken to the hospital.
At approximately 5:40 p.m. at 9453 of Emerson Road, Montgomery Town-ship, Skylar Gallegos, 13, Wayne, was driving an ATV eastbound on the property and turned northbound when he collided with another ATV driven by 12-year-old Armando Gallegos Jr., Portage, which had turned westbound.
Skylar Gallegos sustained minor injuries and was taken to Wood County Hospital by a private vehicle. His passenger was not injured.
Neither Paulvir-Fuller nor Skylar Gallegos were wearing helmets, according to the sheriff’s report. It is unclear whether Widmer was wearing one
A 15-year-old Grand Rapids boy died April 21 after striking a tree while on an ATV. He was not wearing a helmet.
 

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