A motorcyclist is struggling with non-everyday living-threatening injuries soon after a crash with another vehicle in Wright Township.
At 3:04 p.m. Saturday, the Ottawa County Sheriff’s Business office and health care very first responders were dispatched to the 5300 block of Arthur Road in Wright Township for a motorbike vs. auto crash.
The sheriff’s office investigation found that a 57-12 months-aged female was driving a 2018 GMC Acadia and pulled out of a private push into the path of the motorbike. The 2002 Harley Davidson motorcycle was driving westbound on Arthur Road by a 35-12 months-outdated man from Conklin.
The motorcycle driver was not sporting a helmet and sustained non-lifestyle-threatening accidents and was transported to a area hosiptal.
The driver of the Acadia was not injured.
The crash stays underneath investigation.
It was the very first of two motor vehicle vs. bike crashes on Saturday.
The second saw a BMW motorcycle driven by a 71-calendar year-aged Holland person stopped on U.S. 31 for an ambulance that was touring eastbound on James Street. A Subaru Crosstrek was also soutbound on U.S. 31 and the driver, a 25-12 months-aged lady from Holland, did not see the bike or ambulance and struck the motorbike.
The driver of the motorbike was not putting on a helmet and sustained non-lifetime-threatening accidents.
No accidents ended up claimed from the Subaru.
The Holland Township Hearth Office assisted on the scene and southbound U.S. 31 was shut for a small time to comprehensive the investigation, which continues to be open.
This post originally appeared on The Holland Sentinel: Motorcycle driver injured in crash in Wright Township