A motorcycle struck a 22-year-old male pedestrian on Tucker Station Rd near I-64, police said.
Louisville Metro Police Department reported that 3 men; a pedestrian, motorcyclist and his passenger was injured in a motorcycle crash. The crash happened near Sycamore Station Pl, police said. It was reported by a witness that the motorcyclist was riding at a high rate of speed into the area of the pedestrian.
A 28-year-old man was reportedly walking by the shoulder of the road with his two friends. Just then, it appeared that the motorcyclist had temporarily lost control of his bike, a witness said. The motorcycle fell onto the shoulder of the road while the two people on the bike were thrown off it. The motorcycle then hit one of the three pedestrians as he was attempting to escape the crash.
Emergency responders arrived at the crash site shortly after witnesses called in. All three parties were injured and received treatment immediately.
The identities of the victims remain unknown.
Dr. Brian Elias, from The Accident and Injury Team, commented on the crash. “This was an unfortunate crash that involved a pedestrian and motorcyclists suffering injuries. We wish everyone involved in this accident a speedy recovery. Both minor and major crashes can lead to severe neck and back injuries and we urge the public to seek medical and legal professional help. Please do not wait until you are in severe pain to seek assistance.”
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