Girl, 11, injured in snowtubing crash in Wellesley, Ont.

The crest on a Waterloo Regional Police officer's sleeve. Kevin Nielsen / Global News

Waterloo Regional Police say a child suffered serious injuries following a crash involving a tube being pulled by a snowmobile in Wellesley Township on Saturday.

Emergency crews were called to a private property in the area of Boomer Line and Herrgott Road just after 2:30 p.m. for reports of a collision.

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In a news release on Monday, police said as the snowmobile pulled the 11-year-old, the tube left the pathway and struck a tree.

Paramedics took the young girl to a hospital outside of Waterloo Region and police said her injuries are considered serious but non-life-threatening.

The snowmobile driver, a 56-year-old man, reported no injuries to police.

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The service did not comment on any charges but said their investigation is ongoing.

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