A motorcyclist was injured after being struck by a car Saturday morning in Monroe County.

The Monroe County 911 Communications Center received a report at 10:36 a.m. of a two-vehicle crash on Hwy. 33 and Nevada Road. Tracey McPhee, 56, of Stewart, Tenn., was traveling eastbound on a 2006 Honda Motorcycle when he was hit by a 2001 Toyota Tundra driven by Dennis Muller, 74, of Williams Bay, Wis.

Muller was signaling a left turn into a driveway and didn’t immediately see McPhee’s motorcycle approaching. Muller’s vehicle struck the motorcycle, and it stopped against a guardrail, according to a press release from the Monroe County Sheriff’s Department.

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McPhee was transported by Tri-State Ambulance Service to Cashton High School, from where he was flown by Gundersen Air to Gundersen Health System in La Crosse. McPhee sustained non-life-threatening injuries.

The Monroe County Sheriff’s Office was assisted by the Cashton First Responders, Cashton Fire Department, Tri-State Ambulance Service, Gundersen Air and the Monroe County 911 Communications Center.

The crash remains under investigation by the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office.

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Emily Pyrek can be reached at emily.pyrek@lee.net.


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Emily Pyrek covers health, human interest stories and anything involving dogs for the La Crosse Tribune. She is always interested in story ideas and can be contacted at emily.pyrek@lee.net.

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