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Motorcyclist struck by suspected drunken driver

Published On: May 02 2013 07:50:39 AM CDT   Updated On: May 02 2013 09:39:01 AM CDT

MADISON, Wis. -

A motorcyclist was struck head-on by a drunk driver on a Beltline Highway frontage road Wednesday night, according to police.

Police said the vehicle driven by Jon P. Worth, 48, of McFarland was traveling east in the westbound lanes of the frontage road that leads from Seminole Highway to Todd Drive when the 29-year-old man riding a motorcycle was struck after 10 p.m.

The victim suffered non-life-threatening injuries and was taken to the hospital for treatment.

Worth was arrested on suspicion of operating while intoxicated causing injury. He was cited on suspicion of driving the wrong way on a divided highway.

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