Emergency crews respond to two incidents in Dunn Co.

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DUNN Co. Wis. (WEAU)- Emergency crews in Dunn County were kept busy Saturday responding to two separate accidents that sent two people to the hospital with serious injuries.

The Dunn County Sheriff's Department says just after 5 PM Saturday a 50-year-old man was seriously hurt while riding a horse in the Town of Tainter.

Witnesses told deputies the rider had fallen from the horse and then the horse fell on him, causing head and leg injuries.

He was airlifted to the hospital. His condition is unknown.

Less than an hour later, deputies responded to a motorcycle crash in the Town of Weston.

Deputies say 54-year-old Steven Gunderson of Beldenville was traveling on County Highway X when his motorcycle left the road and crashed into an embankment.

A passerby provided help until medics arrived.He was flown to the hospital due to serious injuries.
His condition is also unknown.

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