MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A woman suffered life threatening injuries after falling from a snowmobile early Sunday morning.

According to the Chisago County Sheriff’s Office, officers responded to Rush Point Drive and Fairfield Avenue in Rush City just after midnight, where 22-year-old Zoe Reider, of North Branch, had reportedly suffered a head injury. Upon arrival, police discovered she had been the passenger on a snowmobile driven by 22-year-old Travis Vanelsberg, also of North Branch.

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The initial investigation shows Vanelsberg had apparently struck a vehicle that was parked on East Rush Lake with the snowmobile.

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Reider was transported to the hospital was serious, life-threatening injuries. Vanelsberg suffered minor injuries that did not require treatment.

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Vanelsberg was arrested at the scene on criminal vehicular operation and DWI charges. Police believe alcohol was the main contributing factor in the crash.