According to the report, the 2001 Honda Shadow motorcycle being driven by the 24-year-old on Neongwah Bend Road off old Route 5 northwest of Camdenton was westbound around 9:20 p.m. July 6 when it swerved to avoid a deer about 400 feet east of Bighorn Drive.

A Brumley man was airlifted to treatment Thursday evening with serious injuries after the motorcycle he was operating slid into the path of a minivan following the bike swerving to avoid a deer in the roadway.

Michael A. McInteer was transported by Life Flight to University Hospital in Columbia. The crash report from the Missouri State Highway Patrol crash report indicated McInteer was wearing a helmet.

According to the report, the 2001 Honda Shadow motorcycle being driven by the 24-year-old on Neongwah Bend Road off old Route 5 northwest of Camdenton was westbound around 9:20 p.m. July 6 when it swerved to avoid a deer about 400 feet east of Bighorn Drive. The motorcycle overturned and slid into the path of an eastbound 2006 Dodge Grand Caravan, causing the motorcycle to strike the minivan. McInteer was ejected after impact, the report states.

Lura L. Warren, 22, of Montreal, Mo. was the driver of the minivan. She was uninjured in the collision.

Both vehicles were described as totaled in the crash report.