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Crash in Kenosha injures two

A crash involving a pickup truck and a motorcycle that took place in the 20600 block of Durand Avenue in the town of Yorkville on Thursday morning, July 25 left two people with head and body wounds. Racine Sheriff County office deputies said the unidentified motorists were driving a 2001 F250 and a 2010 Harley Davidson.

According to police investigators, both drivers sustained injuries from the impact. The pickup’s driver was brought to St. Catherine’s Hospital in Kenosha after sustaining non-life-threatening injuries, while the motorcyclist was flown to Froedtert Memorial Hospital in Milwaukee for head injuries.

There were no other people riding with the drivers during the accident.

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