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Man Crawls to Get Help After Snowmobile Crash

Can you imagine what it would be like to drag yourself, any distance at all, by your elbows?

How about with a broken leg, and in sub-zero temperatures?

Well that’s what a Maine man did last Friday after he suffered an injury in a snowmobile accident.

57 Nicholas Brown of Mexico, Maine tells the Sun Journal he was on his way back home from the snowmobile club house when he lost control on ice, crashing the sled, and breaking his leg.

Brown managed to crawl about two-and-a-half miles to get to help, and it took him six hours.

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