ROXBURY — A snowmobiler was flown to Central Maine Medical Center in Lewiston on Sunday night with injuries suffered when his machine flipped in a logging yard off Roxbury Road, fire Chief Raymond Carver said.

Carver said the Roxbury Fire Department and Med-Care were dispatched to the scene after 9 p.m. and found the man.

“He was a male in his mid- to late 30s,” Carver said. “From what I could tell, it looked like he came off of one of the snowmobile trails and didn’t realize that he was driving into a logging operation.”

The snowmobile hit an object and flipped over, leaving the man with some “pretty serious injuries. I think there were some broken bones and maybe some internal injuries,” Carver said.

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