Port Angeles man hurt in motorcycle wreck on state Highway 113 in Beaver
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.
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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 11:35PM