Black Bear Killed in Collision With Motorcycle On Minnesota Hwy
Pillager, MN (KROC-AM News) - A motorcyclist survived a collision with a black bear on the Minnesota Highway Monday afternoon but the bear did not.
The crash was reported shortly before 2 PM on a rural roadway north of the north-central Minnesota town of Pillager in Cass County. The Facebook page for Pillager Area Fire & Rescue says it responded to the scene after it was reported by a passerby who came upon the crash.
The report indicates the motorcyclist had a significant amount of "road rash" and a possible broken wrist. The Individual, who was not identified in the report, was transported by ambulance to a hospital in Staples. The injuries to the bear proved fatal.
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