Police said the 21-year old motorcyclist was seriously injured after a truck pulled out in front of him at the intersection of Cimarron and Wooldridge. He was not wearing a helmet.
It happened at the intersection of Cimarron and Wooldridge. Police had a portion of the street blocked for a couple of hours as they investigated the accident.
Debris was scattered across the road.
Officers said the motorcyclist, was riding along Cimarron when the driver of a truck attempted to turn left, and failed to yield the right of way. The motorcyclist ended up driving right into the side of the pickup truck.
The impact sent the rider airborne over the truck, landing on the pavement on the opposite side of the vehicle.
Tyler Weldon, a truck driver who was at the nearby Wingstop eating lunch, saw the motorcyclist hit the ground. He rushed over to help the rider.
"He didn't have a helmet. Didn't hit his head very hard," Weldon said. "I checked. He wasn't bleeding, and his pupils were dilated. I think he came around."
The 21-year old was taken to Christus Spohn Memorial in serious condition. Police said the driver of the truck was at fault in this accident, and will receive a ticket for failure to yield the right of way.
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