ST. JOHN PLANTATION, Maine (AP) — Maine game wardens say a Massachusetts man survived being trapped under an overturned snowmobile for 20 hours.

Wardens said searchers on Wednesday morning found 64-year-old Paul Lessard of Milford, Mass., underneath his overturned snowmobile in a ditch with running water in St. John Plantation, near the Canadian border.

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Wardens determined that Lessard had been trapped since the previous day. They say he was conscious but showing signs of hypothermia following a frigid night with snow squalls. A nursing supervisor at Northern Maine Medical Center couldn’t provide a report on his condition.

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Wardens began searching for Lessard on Tuesday after a friend reported that he was overdue. He’d left a rental camp Tuesday morning in Fort Kent.

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