Law enforcement officials say that two people on a motorcycle struck a 22-year-old male pedestrian on Henderson Avenue at Dunbar resulting in 3 injuries.
Authorities say the crash happened on Henderson Avenue at Dunbar. A 28-year-old man was reportedly walking by the shoulder of the road when he was hit by a motorcycle.
Witnesses say the motorcycle driver apparently lost control of the motorcycle as he was driving on Henderson Avenue. They crashed into the shoulder of the road after hitting the curb. The two men on the bike were thrown off while the motorcycle collided with the pedestrian.
EMS arrived to the scene of the accident soon after it happened to administer on-site first aid to the injured victims. Emergency crews reported that the motorcycle passenger sustained moderate injuries and was treated immediately at the crash site.
The motorcycle rider and the pedestrian were both taken to a nearby hospital for further medical attention after suffering severe injuries.
Officials say the incident is still under investigation and no further details were released.
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