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How to handle a snowboarding accident

How do you handle a snowball accident?

You have to be more careful.

If you do, the consequences are serious.

That’s what a local New Hampshire mother is telling her son and daughter after he got hit in the face by a snowball that landed on his face.

It happened on Wednesday in Snowmass, New Hampshire.

A snowboarder had just left the site of a snowball collision on the side of a mountain and was trying to get away when he got stuck.

He was taken to a local hospital and has since been released.

His father, John Snow, is still struggling to comprehend what happened to his son.

He has not yet gotten to the bottom of what went wrong.

He said his son was walking his dog and they were just having a good time.

When they stopped for gas, he saw snow on the ground.

He thought he had seen a snowman and called his dad.

The snowman was about 15 feet away from him, so he called his father to ask if he was OK.

The father said he called 911 and got the snowman out of the way before it hit his son’s face.

The Snowman, a 10-foot-tall, silver-haired creature that can travel at speeds of up to 60 mph, is a popular attraction in Snowmills.

Snowmall owner Mark Erskine said it was a good idea for the rider to stay home from the snowmobile, which is why they had to clear it before the riders could get away.

“We have a very small snowmobile shop, but this snowmobile was about five feet away, so we needed to get out of there before it got on the back of our snowmobile,” Ersgine said.

“I have no idea what caused it, but it hit my son’s side.

It’s a miracle he survived.

We have a lot of equipment in the shop.

We’re going to have to go through all that to get the snow removed.”

The incident occurred in the early afternoon and snow was falling, so the rider, John, was driving a snowmobile through the snow.

He said the snow was coming down on him and that the snow fell off his boots, and he thought the snow had been on his pants or his boots were wet.

He was driving around and saw a large black ball on the road, so it was about two feet away.

He pulled over to avoid the snow, but the snow hit his back and rolled over him.

The ball hit him in the right eye and cracked his retina.

His vision was severely damaged, so doctors told him to get to a hospital in Vermont for surgery.

His eyes are still not 100 percent but he is in recovery.

“The biggest thing that has affected me is that I had to get an eye exam at the hospital,” he said.

The other riders in the car were not hurt and were not in any danger.

John Snow said the Snowmalls are so popular that they often get people out in the snow on snowmobiles.

They have a special snowmobile park where the riders get out on the ice and snow.

“It’s one of the things that keeps the people coming back, so I guess it was just a matter of time before somebody got hurt,” he added.

The owner of Snowmass Equestrian Center said the accident happened around 2 p.m. on Wednesday.

The shop was closed, but its staff is working to reopen as soon as possible.

He added that the Snowmen are not allowed to leave the snowmachine park after it has closed and that they will need to call 911 if there is any kind of emergency.

Snowmall owners say the Snowman is an popular attraction, and people are going out in snowmachines to ride.

The owners said they don’t want to be left out of this because of what happened.

They also said they are not letting their employees off the snowmall.