Dunbarton, NH – Lisa McFarland was injured after rolling her ATV in Dunbarton on Sunday, August 23rd, 2015. The accident happened around 3:30 pm.
50-year-old Lisa McFarland of Portsmouth was riding in the Hopkinton-Everett Riding Area and was making a turn at a low rate of speed on a small embankment while traveling the Hang Glider Hill Trail when the accident happened. The ATV became unstable and rolled over.
She suffered serious injuries was taken to Concord Hospital for further evaluation and treatment. Her condition is not known.
This incident is under investigation by New Hampshire Fish and Game Department Conservation. At this time, there’s been no mention of intoxication in connection with this accident.
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