Stanwood man injured in motorcyle crash east of Oso

OSO — A 66-year-old Stanwood man was injured Wednesday, July 21, after a motorcycle collision with his wife while driving on SR 530.

The man was traveling with his wife when a deer jumped out into the road, causing him to collide with a motorcycle being driven by his 55-year-old wife.

Washington State Patrol Trooper Keith Leary said the man was transported to Cascade Valley Hospital with minor injuries.

"We're thankful that the injuries aren't worse than they were," Leary said. "They were both wearing protective gear. Especially during the summertime, motorcycles are our top priority."

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