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Dawn Patrol: Teen recovering after arm caught in ski lift machinery

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  • A male teenage employee was severely injured Sunday when his arm became tangled in ski lift machinery at Raging Buffalo Snowboard Park in Algonquin.

       A male teenage employee was severely injured Sunday when his arm became tangled in ski lift machinery at Raging Buffalo Snowboard Park in Algonquin.
    Christopher Hankins | Staff Photographer

 
 

Snowboard park employee recovering from injury

A 17-year-old employee at Raging Buffalo Snowboard and Ski Park near Algonquin whose arm became entangled in machinery that operates a ski lift is recovering after the accident that took place Sunday afternoon. The machinery had to be cut apart to save his arm, officials said. Full story.

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Traffic

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