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Emergency assistance, including paramedics from Kern County Fire Station #58 and Hall's Ambulance Service responded to the crash on Mil Portrero Highway. [Hedlund photo]
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What to do with the Hooliganz motorcycle left behind when Brandy went to Henry Mayo Medical Center was the question a firefighter, a Bakersfield passerby and the Hooliganz are discussing here. [Hedlund photo]
Photos and notes by Patric Hedlund
A group of weekend bikers called the Hooliganz from South Central Los Angeles had an unexpected encounter with local wildlife on Sunday, March 3.
As the group was heading east out of Pine Mountain, the last rider, known as ‘Brandy,’ was on a curve of Mil Potrero Highway near Woodland when a deer jumped into the road, friend Jeremy Simien said.
To avoid a collision, Brandy swerved and hit the ground. The deer bounded away, unhurt.
Simien, 29 reported that Brandy had a bad case of road rash. She was taken by Hall Ambulance to Henry Mayo
The question that remained was how to get Brandy’s Hooliganz chopper back home to L.A.
This is part of the March 08, 2013 online edition of The Mountain Enterprise.
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