U.S. 136 accident in Gentry County injures two

Date 2012/6/25 8:19:16 | Topic: Road Work

The Highway Patrol says that they, as of Friday evening, were seeking the location of a King City man involved in a motorcycle crash with a deer on U.S. Highway 136, two miles to the west of Stanberry.
The Patrol says the motorcycle was driven by 28-year old Brian Law of King City. It was traveling westbound on Highway 136 when it struck the deer at 9:38 on Friday evening. The machine, after hitting the animal, fell onto its right side and skidded into the eastbound lane. The Patrol says as the result of the disappearance of the motorcycle driver, an investigation is "continuing".

The Patrol said the Law's "whereabouts were unknown" as of the time of the report, while a passenger, 11-year old Johnathon McGinley of Darlington, was taken by ambulance to Northwest Medical Center in Albany, to treat MODERATE injuries. Both the man and the boy were said to be wearing helmets at the time of the collision.



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