Motorcyclist 'seriously injured' in Calgary Trail crash: EPS
A motorcycle driver was taken to hospital with serious injuries after colliding with a truck Wednesday morning, according to officials.
At approximately 11:24 a.m. police were doing traffic enforcement at Calgary Trail and 51 Avenue.
Police say they attempted to stop a 2006 Harley Davidson motorcycle that did not have lawful validation tags.
The driver of the motorcycle drove into the intersection eastbound against a red light, where it was hit by a Ford F-150 driving southbound through a green light, said police.
After the crash the motorcycle driver attempted to run away and was arrested nearby.
Paramedics treated and transported the motorcycle driver to hospital with serious, non-life-threatening injuries.
The driver of the truck was not injured.
The intersection fully reopened around 4:30 p.m., said police.
EPS Major Collision officers continue to investigate.
Charges are pending against the motorcycle driver.
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