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One Injured on Snowmobile

Black Hawk County Sheriff

Black Hawk County Sheriff Deputies responded to a snowmobile accident on Conard Road Sunday night.

A snowmobile driven by Jerry Morehouse, age 50, of Waterloo, collided with a pile of wood near a residence at 1811 N. Raymond Road in Dewar.  Morehouse was thrown from the snowmobile and struck a chainlink fence on the property.  Morehouse was able to drive the snowmobile to the residence on Conrad Road, where they discovered his injuries to be more serious then originally thought.  Morehouse was transported to Allen Hospital by Waterloo Ambulance and then airlifted to University of Iowa Hospital for treatment of his injuries.  The accident remains under investigation.

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