Crash Injures Two Brothers In Pillager
Two brothers were injured after losing control of their motorcycles and crashing Saturday afternoon on Highway 210 and Janick Trail in Pillager.
According to the Minnesota State Patrol, a Honda Accord was eastbound on Highway 210 and was stopped to turn left onto Janick Trail. A Honda Shadow motorcycle driven by 61- year- old Kelly W. Thronson, and a Harley Davidson Softail driven by 60- year- old Bryan D. Thronson, both from Ada were also eastbound on Highway 210 and they attempted to stop behind the Honda. The motorcycles lost control, the Honda Shadow rear-ended the Honda and the Harley fell to the roadway on top of the rider on the right shoulder.
Kelly W. Thronson, who the state patrol says was not wearing a helmet, was taken to North Memorial Medical Center in Robbinsdale for serious injuries. Bryan D. Thronson was wearing a helmet and was taken to St. Joseph’s Medical Center in Brainerd for non-life-threatening injuries.
The Pillager Fire Chief Randy Lee said the two motorcycle operators were brothers.
23- year- old Emily Doss, was the driver of the Honda Accord and had no sign of any injuries.