Port Angeles man hurt in motorcycle wreck on state Highway 113 in Beaver
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Lonnie Archibald/for Peninsula Daily News
Emergency responders treat a man who was injured Wednesday when he was thrown from his motorcycle on state Highway 113 near its intersection with U.S. Highway 101 in Beaver.

Peninsula Daily News

BEAVER — A Port Angeles man was hospitalized Wednesday afternoon after he was thrown from his motorcycle on state Highway 113 near its junction with U.S. Highway 101, the State Patrol said.

William J. Bramer III, 61, was headed south on Highway 113 at 1:07 p.m. on a red 2013 Harley Davidson when he drifted onto loose gravel along the side of the road, the State Patrol said.

He lost control, and the motorcycle slid about 5 feet into a guard rail, the State patrol said.

Bramer, who was thrown about 2 feet from the bike, was taken by ambulance to Forks Community Hospital, the State Patrol said.

His condition was unavailable Wednesday afternoon.

He was wearing a helmet, said the State Patrol, which listed the cause of the wreck as Bramer driving too fast for conditions.

Last modified: July 02. 2014 8:01PM
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