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Alcohol May Have Been A Factor In Fatal Michigan ATV Rollover Accident

An investigation is ongoing in a weekend crash that claimed the life of a 13-year-old following an ATV accident. The Livingston County Sheriff’s Department reported that a 28-year-old Howell, Michigan man was operating a John Deer Gator at Hawk Meadows Golf Course when it overturned, ejecting both the driver and the boy. The teen was pronounced dead at the scene; the driver was treated for non-life threatening injuries. Neither the driver of the ATV or the teen were wearing seat belts. Police are investigating whether alcohol played a factor.

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