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6/17/2013 11:44:00 AM
Truck vs moped crash closes Hwy 89 in North Prescott
Les Stukenberg/The Daily CourierA Native Air helicopter takes an accident victim to a Phoenix hospital Monday morning.
Les Stukenberg/The Daily Courier
A Native Air helicopter takes an accident victim to a Phoenix hospital Monday morning.

An accident shortly before 11 a.m. Monday involving a semi truck and a woman riding a moped closed Highway 89 north of Prescott for about an hour.

Personnel on the scene said the woman was not wearing a helmet and the Department of Public Safety reported she suffered a serious head injury.

Native Air flew the woman to John C. Lincoln North Mountain Hospital in Phoenix. At press time, her condition was still not known.








Highway 89 north of Prescott is open and a woman is at John C. Lincoln North Hospital in Phoenix with a serious head injury, according to the Department of Public Safety.

While details of how the accident occurred are as yet unclear, a 58-year old woman riding a moped was struck by a semi truck just before 11 a.m. Emergency personnel flew the victim to the Phoenix hospital.




The southbound lane of Highway 89 has reopened after emergency personnel flew a 58-year old female to John C, Lincoln North Hospital in Phoenix.

An accident shortly after 11 a,m, involved a semi truck and a woman riding a moped. Personnel on the scene said the woman was not wearing a helmet and suffered a possible broken hip and numerous cuts and bruises in the wreck.






ORIGINAL REPORT



A 2-vehicle accident about a mile north of Ruger Road on Highway 89 has traffic stopped in both directions. Check back with dCourier.com for details as they become available.


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Reader Comments

Posted: Tuesday, June 18, 2013
Article comment by: Gerry Erman

Never understood why Arizona doesn't require helmets for motorcycle riders with less than one year of riding experience. Most accidents happen in their first year of motorcycle riding. After that first year the helmet would become optional. Bet that lady didn't have a years experience.



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