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Two hurt in Wood County motorcycle accidentSubmitted: 10/26/2013
Story By Adam Fox

Two hurt in Wood County motorcycle accident
WOOD COUNTY - Two people are in the hospital after a motorcycle crash Saturday afternoon in Wood County, according to the Wood County Sheriff's Department.

The crash happened around 4:20 p.m. on County Road D in the Township of Cranmoor.

Police say a group of motorcycles were riding together, when one of the riders in the back of the pack tried to move up to the front.

That's when the motorcycle bumped into another motorcycle and lost control. The driver was airlifted to St. Josephs in Marshfield. The passenger was taken to a Hospital in Wisconsin Rapids. Their condition is unknown

The driver of the bumped motorcycle was uninjured. Names have not been released.

The crash is under investigation.




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