Crash alert: NH Fish and Game officer suffers broken leg in snowmobile accident

PITTSBURG, NH – An officer with the Department of Fish and Game Conservation fractured his leg while he was pursuing snowmobilers for a violation on a trail in northern New Hampshire.

According to WMUR, the accident occurred in Pittsburg at about 5:20 a.m., when 49-year-old Christopher Egan lost control of his snowmobile while pursuing people on a rough part of the trail.

His leg slipped off the vehicle and onto the ground, causing him to fall and sustain a fracture in his lower leg.

Egan was taken to the hospital for treatment.

Information about the people he was pursuing was not immediately available.

The accident remains under investigation at this time.

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