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Man Hurt in Wisconsin Motorcycle Accident

One person was injured in a Wisconsin motorcycle accident Saturday.

According to officials with the Rock County Sheriff’s Office, the accident occurred three tenths of a mile east of County Highway KK in the town of Lima. Police say 42 year-old Matthew Kollath of Horicon was traveling westbound on his 1989 Harley Davidson at Bowers Lake Road with a large group of motorcyclists when the crash occurred. The group were participating in the Wisconsin State Firefighters Memorial Ride for Remembrance.

Police say Kollath was negotiating a curve when a black colored Labrador retriever belonging to 18 year-old Steven Gilder of Lima ran into the road. Kollath was unable to stop in time and struck the dog. Kollath could not maintain control and was ejected from his motorcycle falling into the roadway where he sustained head injuries. He was alert and conscious at the scene, but he was transported by Flight For Life to Froedtert Hospital for treatment.

Speed and alcohol are not contributing factors in the crash.

If you have been injured in a motorcycle accident, please contact the Wisconsin motorcycle accident attorneys of Habush Habush & Rottier, S.C. ®, by calling 800-242-2874.