SHELBURNE, Mass. (AP) — Authorities say a 14-year-old Massachusetts girl who suffered traumatic brain injuries when an off-road vehicle she was riding rolled on top of her in New Hampshire has died.
New Hampshire Fish and Game Col. Kevin Jordan confirmed Wednesday that Ursula Snow died at the hospital Monday.
The Recorder of Greenfield reports that Ursula lived in Shelburne and attended Four Rivers Charter School in Greenfield.
Fish and Game says she was a passenger on the off-road utility vehicle on May 12 in Francestown when the operator drove along a sloped section of lawn on private property, and the vehicle rolled onto its side, pinning the girl underneath.
She was not wearing a seat belt or helmet.
The operator was a 49-year-old woman not related to Ursula.
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