Alcohol involved in Richmond motorcycle collision that injured 2 – St. Cloud Times

Minnesota State Patrol(Photo: Minnesota State Patrol)

RICHMOND — A Richmond resident had alcohol in his system when he caused a collision Saturday afternoon that injured himself and his passenger, according to the Minnesota State Patrol.

At 3:14 p.m., a Harley-Davidson motorcycle westbound on Minnesota Highway 23 driven by Daniel Bernard Yarke, 54, Richmond, attempted a left turn in front of an eastbound 2011 Ford Taurus driven by Craig Harvey Schuck, 47, New London. 

The patrol reported Yarke lost control of the motorcycle and he and passenger Arlene Lavonne Yarke, 55, Richmond, slid into the side of Schuck’s vehicle.

The State Patrol reported alcohol was a factor in Daniel Yarke’s condition at the time of the collision. 

Schuck and his passenger, Brianna Rae Shuck, 11, were uninjured in the collision. 

Daniel and Arlene Yarke sustained injuries not believed to be life-threatening and were transported to St. Cloud Hospital for treatment. 

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