Good Samaritans Help After Serious Snowmobile Accident

PITTSBURGH, NH –  A group of good samaritans helped to rescue a woman after a serous snowmobile accident Tuesday.

According to New Hampshire Fish and Game 68-year-old Colette Sandstrom, of Candia, lost control of her machine well navigating a turn and crashed into a group of trees on Indian stream road in Pittsburgh.

A group of people on the trail came upon the accident and assisted in calling local emergency services.

The emergency crews said they were very thankful for the help from the good samaritans who assisted in the extraction of the victim in conditions made difficult by steep terrain.

Sandstrom was rushed to Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center with serious injuries.

Authorities said Sandstrom was wearing a helmet at the time of the accident and they don’t believe speed was a factor.


Story Contributed to by Matteo Lentini