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Assistant DA in Wisconsin cited for leaving motorcycle accident

An assistant district attorney was cited for his involvement in a motorcycle accident last week.

The 53-year-old man was cited for failure to notify police after an accident and driving too fast for the conditions. According to the report, the man was driving his motorcycle down a county road when he lost control of the motorcycle probably because of his speed.

The motorcycle then overturned and the man left the scene of the accident. The man went to a local bar to report the accident, but refused medical treatment when police arrived.

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