Two Motorcycle Riders Sustain Significant Injuries In Draper Crash
DRAPER, Utah — Two motorcycle riders sustained significant injuries after they were involved in a crash with another vehicle in Draper.
The motorcycle was traveling west through the intersection of 12300 South and 300 West when a truck, coming from the opposite direction, turned in front of it.
The truck driver was cited on scene, according to the police report.
Both motorcycle riders sustained “pretty significant” injuries and were transported to a local hospital in critical, but stable condition.
No one else was injured in the crash.
Adams said both riders are in their mid-20’s.
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