Caledonia, WI — A man was badly injured earlier this month (Tuesday, June 2, 2015) after his motorcycle was in a serious wreck in Caledonia. This happened along Douglas Avenue and the injured rider was later ID’d as Demeater Legrone, 42 years old.
Legrone was taken to a hospital in Caledonia that Tuesday morning, around 12:45 a.m., after his bike crashed along the 6300 block of Douglas.
According to the news reports, it’s not really clear how the wreck happened, but the investigators initially suspected that the bike started skid on the highway and then crashed, ejecting Legrone from the seat.
He was in very critical condition later that Tuesday, but it’s not clear how he’s doing now. The investigators were canvassing the area to see if any other video surveillance or witnesses could tell them if another vehicle was involved in the wreck.
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