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Motorcyclist dies in Emerald crash
New Richmond Wisconsin 127 South Knowles Avenue 54017

A 59-year-old Baldwin man has died as a result of injuries suffered in a motorcycle crash at 7:54 p.m. Tuesday, July 18. The St. Croix County Sheriff's Department responded to a single motorcycle crash on County Road G, about a tenth of a mile east of 250th Street in the Town of Emerald. A 2013 Harley Davidson, driven by Robert F. Cripe, Baldwin, was westbound on County Road G when a deer entered the roadway. Cripe's motorcycle struck the deer and Cripe was ejected from the motorcycle. He was the only occupant of the motorcycle. Cripe was transported by LifeLink helicopter from the scene to Regions Hospital in St. Paul, where he later died. According to a press release from the St. Croix County Sheriff's office, it is unknown if Cripe was wearing a helmet at the time of the crash. The crash remains under investigation by the St. Croix County Sheriff's office. This is the sixth fatality of 2013 in the county. Assisting at the scene of the accident was the Glenwood City Fire & EMS and Baldwin EMS.

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Jeff Holmquist
Jeff Holmquist has been managing editor of the New Richmond News since 2004. He holds a bachelor's degree in journalism and business administration from the University of Wisconsin-River Falls. He has previously worked as editor in Wadena, Minn.; Detroit Lakes, Minn.; Hutchinson, Minn.; and Bloomington, Minn. He also was previously owner of the Osceola Sun, Stillwater Courier and Scandia Messenger along with his wife. Together they previously founded and published The Old Times newspaper for antiques and collectibles collectors; and Up!, a Christian magazine of hope and encouragement.
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