Motorcyclist injured in Rochester Crash ID’D
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Rochester, MN (KROC-AM News)- The Olmsted County Sheriff’s Office has identified the Rochester motorcyclist hurt in a collision at a rural Rochester intersection over the weekend.
Lt. Lee Rossman says the medical condition of 43-year-old Noah Bussmann is unknown as of Tuesday morning. The initial crash report indicates he may have suffered a broken leg after being thrown from his motorcycle at the intersection of 20th St. and 40th Ave. Southeast Saturday.
The crash report says Bussmann collided with the passenger side of a vehicle that was making a left turn onto 40th Ave. The Sheriff’s Office estimates Bussmann was traveling 45 mph at the time of the crash.
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