One killed in motorcycle accident involving a deer
One man was killed in a motorcycle accident Friday morning in Pulaski Township.
At 11:05 Friday morning, Jackson County Sheriff's deputies, along with Pulaski Fire, Hanover Fire and Jackson Community Ambulance, were called to a motorcycle crash on Hanover Road near Pulaski Road.
Authorities say two motorcycles with one driver each were traveling eastbound on Hanover Road when a deer ran into the road.
Both motorcycles lost control and slid on the pavement trying to avoid the deer.
A 64-year-old man from Jerome was ejected from his motorcycle.
He was taken to Henry Ford Allegiance Health with a head injury. The man passed away at the hospital. Police say he was not wearing a helmet.
The driver of the second motorcycle, a 66-year-old man from Hanover Township, was also thrown from his bike. He was also taken to Henry Ford Allegiance Health with serious injuries. He was wearing a helmet.
Jackson County deputies are still investigating. The victim's name has not yet been released.