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Two people sustain critical injuries in truck-motorcycle crash

The Green County Sheriff’s Department in Wisconsin reported that two people sustained critical injuries and were airlifted via Med Flight to a hospital late Thursday, September 24 after the motorcycle they were riding was hit by a truck heading south towards Monroe at the corner of Wisconsin Highway 69 and County Highway P.

The sheriff’s department identified the victims as 57-year-old Albany resident Kevin Donahue and 54-year-old Sherri Donahue. Kevin Donahue was operating the motorcycle, traveling north on Highway 69 when a truck driven by 72-year-old Monroe resident Gary Hoffman attempted to cross the highway at Highway P and, consequently, struck the motorcycle.

The Donahues were not wearing helmets at the time of the incident.

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