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2 Injured in Crash on Highway 96 at Elk Creek Road


Motorcycle Hits Deer in Happy Camp Accident

Happy Camp, CA (July 30, 2020) – Two people were injured Thursday in a motorcycle accident involving a deer on Highway 96 in Happy Camp.

A motorcycle hit a deer on Highway 96 at Elk Creek Road. Two people were injured in the crash.

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