LOGAN, Kan. - Two men from Georgia were seriously injured when their all-terrain vehicle struck a deer in northwest Kansas, the Kansas Highway Patrol said.
The collision occurred Thursday evening on a county road about 6 miles south of Logan in Phillips County, the patrol said.
After the ATV hit the deer, it went into a ditch and rolled several times.
The driver, Tucker William Mobbs, 19, and a passenger, Herman Van Mobbs, 51, both of Cedartown, Georgia, were taken to Phillips County Hospital in Phillipsburg with serious injuries.
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