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Sunday, February 11, 2007

 

Snowmobiler cited stump hazard

‘A Belle River man who had been campaigning for the past three years to remove a tree stump from Lake St. Clair died late Friday night when he struck it with his snowmobile.

“The one who was concerned about getting it out was the one who got killed by it,” sobbed Grace Case, whose 47-year-old husband Robert Case was pronounced dead on the scene after striking the massive stump just before midnight Friday.

“I’m still trying to understand. This is the worst thing in my life. I lost my life.

“We didn’t have much but we had each other. I’m so mad at ERCA.”‘




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