Woman injured in snowmobile crash

The woman was found in the backyard of a home

A 27 year old Bradford woman is in a Toronto trauma centre after a collision involving a snowmobile.

South Simcoe Police say they were called to the backyard of a home on Holland Street West near Langford Boulevard in Bradford on Sunday afternoon. They say the woman suffered serious, non-life threatening injuries when the snowmobile she was operating crashed.

South Simcoe Police say snowmobile enthusiasts need to remember these safety tips:

*Always wear an approved helmet

*Ride sober. Never mix alcohol or drugs and snowmobiles

*Read your owners manual and know your machine

*Take a cell phone and emergency kit with you in case you get lost or need help

*Make sure you bring your licence, insurance and riding permit with you

*Obey all posted speed limits and slow down if riding at night

*Check the weather, trail and ice conditions before you leave

*Let someone know where you are going and when you expect to return