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Passenger Hospitalized After Fall from Limousine Roof

LCT Staff
Posted on July 30, 2002

A Michigan woman was critically injured after falling off the roof of a limousine moving at 30 mph. She was admitted to the Sparrow Hospital in critical condition on Saturday and upgraded to serious condition on Sunday.

Penny Dean Snow, 30, was seated on top of a limousine early Saturday morning, with her legs dangling through the moon roof. According to Police Sergeant Jim Morrall, the driver broke to avoid hitting a deer, Snow then lost balance, fell off the back of the limousine and hit the ground. Neither Snow nor the driver will be charged for the incident, Morrall said.

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