MOORLAND TOWNSHIP, Mich. (WOOD) — Three motorcyclists were seriously injured after an SUV ran a stop sign in rural Muskegon County Saturday afternoon.
Authorities were called around 4:45 p.m. Saturday to the intersection of East Apple Avenue and South Ravenna Road in Moorland Township.
Witnesses say the SUV was headed south on South Ravenna Road when it ran a stop sign at the intersection and crashed into at least one motorcyclist.
Authorities say three motorcyclists were injured in this crash. They sustained varying serious injuries ranging from possible head injuries, compound leg fractures and broken ribs.
All three of the motorcyclists were transported to Mercy Health Hackley Hospital. An update on their injuries was not available Sunday.
Deputies say the driver of the SUV was uninjured in the crash, which remains under investigation.