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24 Year Old Succumbs To Injuries Following PWC Vs PWC Collision

Source: OPP
Date: Mon Sep 10 03:59:42 MST 2018

(MAGNETAWAN TWP, ON) - On Saturday September 8, 2018 at approximately 1:15 p.m., members of the Almaguin Highlands Ontario Provincial Police (OPP), the Parry Sound Emergency Medical Services (EMS) and Magnetawan Fire Department responded to a boating collision on Beaver Lake.

Police investigation determined that two personal water craft's (PWC) collided with each other and the one driver, Brett SNELL, 24 of Orangeville Ontario was transported to hospital where he died from his injuries.

Police are continuing to investigate with the assistance of the OPP North East Region Technical Traffic Collision Investigator (TTCI).

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