Two injured in a snowmobile crash near Roslyn, Washington

Modified Date: 
Sun, 02/25/2024 - 8:12am
Accident Date: 
Sunday, February 18, 2024

TWO INJURED IN SNOWMOBILE ACCIDENT NEAR ROSLYN

Crews with Kittitas County Search & Rescue and Kittitas County Fire Districts No. 6 and 7 responded to the scene where they discovered a snowmobile that had lost control, gone over an embankment, and crashed into a cluster of trees. The driver of the snowmobile, a 52-year-old man from Auburn, suffered minor injuries and was taken via ambulance to a Yakima-area hospital.

Snowmobilers rescued after Cooper Lake accident

On Feb. 18, KITTCOM caught SOS signals from a GPS device subscriber in the Cooper Lake area, according to the Kittitas County Sheriff’s Office. As sheriff deputies and Kittitas County Search & Rescue headed out to respond, a snowmobiler called to say he had come across two injured snowmobilers who had gone over a 50-foot embankment into a heavily wooded ravine. The pair was a husband and wife, both 52 years old, from Auburn.

Topics: 
Snowmobile
City: 
Roslyn, WA