'Anything can happen': More off-highway vehicles, no experience have been a fatal mix in Minnesota

MINNEAPOLIS — Misty Eystad’s life flashed before her eyes as she ran toward her daughter’s motionless body.It was July 4th weekend in 2017 at the cabin of a family friend. Before breakfast, the kids jumped onto a side-by-side ATV for a casual ride. Chalee, 13, was a passenger. Cale, her older brother, was the driver. When he turned to change directions, the vehicle rolled and pinned Chalee to the ground. Cale thought his sister was dead.“When I came upon her she was not breathing and there was blood from her ears,” Misty said. “I got down and talked to her, praying she would breathe.”Recalling…

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