SAN DIEGO (CNS) - A woman reportedly ran a stop sign in Normal Heights and crashed into a motorcycle, seriously injuring its rider and passenger, police said Sunday.
The 26-year-old motorcyclist and his 26-year-old passenger were headed east on Adams Avenue about shortly after 6 p.m. Saturday when they were struck by the 46-year-old woman's sedan as it crossed into the intersection with Wilson Avenue, San Diego police Officer David Stafford said.
The motorcyclist sustained a fractured forearm and the passenger fractured her pelvis in the crash, according to Stafford. They were both taken to a hospital, he said.
Police did not believe alcohol was a factor in the crash, the officer said.
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