ATVer rescued from roadside by snowplow driver
Man, who was suffering from medical condition, treated in hospital for hypothermia
An ATV driver had to be treated for hypothermia after being rescued from the roadside by a snowplow driver.
The man was found lying in the snow along Days Corner Road in Lower Greenwich on Feb. 9, shortly after 6 a.m., said RCMP Sgt. Andy O'Connell.
He had been operating an all-terrain vehicle and became confused as a result of a medical condition, said O'Connell.
The Department of Transportation snowplow driver who found the man called the RCMP.
The man was taken to hospital to be treated for hypothermia, said O'Connell.
His current condition is unclear.
Alcohol was not a factor, said O'Connell.
There is no criminal investigation, he said.