Longmont, CO -- Two motorcycles and an SUV collided at the intersection of Main Street and Colorado Highway 66 in Longmont on Sunday morning.
The Longmont Police Department responded to the crash and is investigating the collision. According to the police, the two motorcycles were traveling north on Main Street; the SUV was southbound on the same road.
Around noon, the SUV attempted to turn left on to Highway 66 but moved into the motorcycles’ path. The motorcycles, unable to stop in time, crashed into the SUV.
All three drivers sustained injuries, and both motorcyclists—a 60-year-old Erie man and 28-year-old Berthoud resident—were ejected from their bikes. One motorcycle driver sustained severe injuries, according to the police.
The motorcyclists, as well as the 77-year-old SUV driver, were transported to a local hospital. Later, the 60-year-old motorcyclist was airlifted to a Denver hospital.
The police continue to investigate the crash, but they do not believe that drug or alcohol use or speed factored into the collision.
Sources: Times Call
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