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Sgt. Jesse Grabow inspects the dented and scratched helmets of Todd and Nancy Pearson, who survived a motorcycle vs. deer accident in northern Becker County thanks to wearing their helmets. BRIAN BASHAM/TRIBUNE

Glad they were wearing helmets

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In the words of Becker County Deputy Sid Canham, you never see anything good at the scene of a motorcycle-deer accident.

He was the first law enforcement officer on the scene after Todd Pearson, a state trooper who was motorcycling on Becker County Road 37 in his off time with his wife, Nancy, hit a deer.

For Todd, it meant five broken ribs, a punctured lung and a bruised liver. Nancy suffered a nasty road rash.

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