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One Man Injured After Motorcycle Strikes Deer in Johnson County

A 47-year old man was injured Thursday night, after his motorcycle stuck a deer in Johnson County.

The Missouri State Highway Patrol reported the wreck at 10:40, on MO-131 just north of County Road NW 850.

According to the online crash report, a northbound 2016 Harley Davidson struck a deer in the roadway, and the driver was ejected. The motorcycle then traveled off the left side of the road and struck a mailbox.

The driver, 47-year old James S. Campbell, of Odessa, suffered moderate injuries in the wreck. The report indicates he refused medical treatment at the scene. However, Campbell was arrested for driving while intoxicated.

Missouri State Highway Patrol
Kurt Parsons

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