Worth County, Iowa – Worth County Sheriff Dan Fank said a motorcyclist who rolled 3-4 times during a Friday accident suffered non-life threatening injuries.
Fank said the motorcyclist, 55-year-old Gary Pangburn, suffered minor injuries after being life-flighted by Mercy Air-Med to Mercy Medical Center-North Iowa.
Authorities say it happened north of Northwood on 480th St. near Highway 65 when a motorcycle was traveling east on 480th St. The driver lost control going around a curve and went into the ditch.
The Worth County Sheriff’s Department was assisted by Northwood Fire, Mason City fire and Mercy Air-Med.
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