Oklahoma motorcyclist in critical condition after cow crash
TONKAWA, Okla. — Authorities say a motorcyclist is in critical condition after he crashed into a cow early Sunday morning.
TONKAWA — Authorities say a motorcyclist is in critical condition after he crashed into a cow early Sunday morning.
The Oklahoma Highway Patrol says 60-year-old Kenneth Tucker was driving on U.S. 60 in Kay County when he encountered about five or six cows on the roadway. Authorities say Tucker struck a 700-pound heifer and was ejected off his motorcycle, slid onto the roadway and landed under a guardrail.
Tucker was taken to a Tulsa hospital where he was in critical condition. Authorities say he suffered head and arm injuries as well as internal injuries.
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