A spokesman for the Fort Lauderdale Police Department reports that a young women was severely injured after being hit by a motorcycle on North Dixie Highway.
The spokesman said that the motorcyclist was driving his 2012 Harley Davidson Fat Boy on North Dixie Highway when the accident happened. It was reported that he failed to navigate a curve in the road and struck a curb. He then lost control, swerved and crashed the motorcycle into a light pole striking the victim in the process.
The victim was identified as a 32-year-old women who was walking along the sidewalk on North Dixie Highway. Eyewitnesses said that the victim was in serious pain and later unresponsive before EMS arrived. Emergency crews confirmed that the victim had sustained severe injuries and then transported the pedestrian to the hospital.
The motorcyclist also suffered serious but non-life-threatening injuries and was treated by EMS.
Officials say the incident is still under investigation and no further details were released.
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