One sent to hospital after St. George motorcycle crash 

ST. GEORGE, UT – A motorcycle passenger was hospitalized when her boyfriend, who operated a Harley-Davidson, drifted to avoid hitting another motorist turning left at an intersection and crashed Wednesday. 

St. George News reported that this collision took place before noon at the Pioneer and Man O War Roads junction. 

The driver of the other vehicle, a blue Hyundai Electra, appears to be unharmed. The motorcyclist, who gave his account of the collision to St. George News, said a driver of a white SUV turned into Man O War, blocking his site of the Electra and thus prompting him and his girlfriend to fall down. 

The motorcycle passenger was sent to St. George Regional Hospital for a head injury, while the motorcycle operator had minor bruises and did not go to a hospital for treatment. 

The motorcycle itself had a “bent left handlebar and dislodged mirror.” 

At this time, police said a citation for failing to yield may be issued. 

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Kevin Swenson was raised in Bountiful, Utah, and is a co-founding partner of Swenson & Shelley. After graduating from Bountiful High School, Kevin attended business school at Westminster College.