TOWN OF EXETER, Wis. - Two people were injured in a motorcycle vs. deer crash Friday afternoon in Green County, officials said.
Emergency crews were called around 1:40 p.m. to the N9500 block of County Road D in the town of Exeter for a report of a motorcycle crash with injuries, according to a release.
Richard Stoehr, 59, of Albany, was driving a motorcycle south on County Road D when a deer entered the road and collided with his motorcycle, officials said. Patricia Stoehr, 63, also of Albany, was a passenger on the motorcycle at the time of the crash.
Richard Stoehr was not wearing a helmet, but was wearing eye protection, according to the release. Patricia Stoehr was wearing a helmet. Both were injured in the crash and taken by ambulance to UW Hospital.
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