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Motorcycle crash turns fatal

Published On: Oct 03 2012 09:17:16 PM CDT
Updated On: Oct 06 2012 09:31:15 AM CDT
Dodge Crash
WILLIAMSTOWN, Wis. -

A 52-year-old man died Saturday morning after his motorcycle crashed in Dodge County earlier this week.

Jeffrey Chicks was driving his motorcycle on County Highway TW near Bayview Road when a curve in the roadway led to a crash, police said. The motorcycle drove into a field where Chicks was ejected.

Chicks was flown to Froedert Hospital in Milwaukee, according to police. He was not wearing a helmet at the time of the crash.

The crash remains under investigation.

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