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Watertown man dies in snowmobile wreck

WATERTOWN (AP) -- Authorities say a 31-year-old Watertown man has died in a snowmobile accident in the northeast part of the city. Watertown police detective Sgt. Troy VanDusen tells KWAT radio that officers received a call about 8 a.m. Tuesday w...

WATERTOWN (AP) - Authorities say a 31-year-old Watertown man has died in a snowmobile accident in the northeast part of the city.

Watertown police detective Sgt. Troy VanDusen tells KWAT radio that officers received a call about 8 a.m. Tuesday when a passer-by noticed a snowmobile up against the tree.

Officers arrived and found the snowmobile and the body of the driver, Brian Zambo.

VanDusen says authorities aren’t sure when the accident occurred and are still investigating what happened.

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