Lights and Sirens

Two Taken To Hospital After Motorcycle Collides With Deer

Hudson, South Dakota — The motorcycle driver and his passenger were both injured Tuesday night when the motorcycle they were riding collided with a deer in far western Sioux County.

According to a report from the Sioux County Sheriff’s Office, the crash occurred two miles east of Hudson, South Dakota on 360th Street, on the Iowa side of the state line.

Deputies say 25-year-old Bradley Kleinhesselink of Alton was eastbound on 360th Street, on a 2007 Harley-Davidson motorcycle, when he struck a deer on the roadway.

Kleinhesselink and a passenger were both transported by ambulance services from Hudson and Rock Valley to the Hegg Health Center in Rock Valley for treatment of their injuries, according to authorities.

Deputies estimate damage to Kleinhesselink’s Harley at approximately $3,000.

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