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Florida riders involved in motorcycle vs dog crash

Two individuals taken to Sanford Luverne with non-life threatening injuries
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Lori Sorenson

A pair of motorcyclists suffered nonlife-threatening injuries Monday after their Harley Davidson collided with a dog on Highway 75 south of Luverne near the airport.
According to the Minnesota State Patrol, 56-year-old Larry Neal and his passenger, 72-year-old Madaline Neal, both of Ormond Beach, Florida, were traveling north on Highway 75 when the crash occurred around 12:30 p.m.
Traffic from both directions was blocked for nearly 20 minutes until the crash scene could be cleared.
The motorcyclists were transported by ambulance to Sanford Luverne Hospital with nonlife-threatening injuries, according to the report, and the 2008 Harley Davidson Motorcycle was towed to G&S Auto in Luverne with moderate damage.
The dog, which reportedly belonged to Dan Hamann, rural Luverne, died at the scene.
The report states that alcohol was not a factor in the crash.

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