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Mother and Daughter Injured in Snowmobile Accident Near Snoqualmie Pass

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KITTITAS COUNTY, WA - A woman and her daughter from Granite Falls are in the hospital after a snowmobiling accident east of Snoqualmie pass.

Kittitas County Sheriff Deputies say a search and rescue training day turned real on Saturday when 40-year-old Eveleen Promise and her 13-year-old daughter got hurt.  

Deputies say Promise was driving the snowmobile that went off the groomed route and about 30 feet down a steep hill before it stopped near a creek. 

Deputies say both the woman and her daughter, who was riding as the passenger, suffered several injuries. Promise was in serious to critical condition. 

Deputies say search and rescue crews were able to rescue the mother and daughter and bring them to the Gold Creek Sno-Park off of Exit 54.  

Paramedics took the mother to the to the Hyak DOT facility, where a helicopter airlifted her to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle.  An ambulance drove her daughter to Overlake in Bellevue.

Deputies say the crash happened at 1:08 Saturday afternoon, and it took rescue crews less than 90 minutes to pick them up.

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