Montecito Woman in Serious Condition After ATV Accident

A 47-year-old Montecito woman was rushed to Twin Cities Hospital in Templeton on 7/2 after being thrown from an off-road vehicle. The vehicle, which was being driven by a 14-year-old near Lake Nacimiento, hit a retaining wall and was sent airborne before landing on the woman. She is listed in serious condition.

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