A 42 year-old-man, who was participating in the Wisconsin State Firefighters Memorial Ride for Remembrance, was riding his motorcycle when a dog ran in front of him.
The motorcyclist hit the dog and was thrown from his bike, which caused him to be hospitalized for head injuries. He was not wearing a helmet when the accident occurred, but his injuries were listed as non-life threatening.
The owner of the dog was issued a citation for letting the animal run wild.
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