Woman, 23, hospitalized after e-bike, ATV crash in St. George

ST. GEORGE, UT – One was seriously injured after a right turn crash between an e-bike and an ATV before 5 p.m. Saturday. 

The collision occurred at the intersection of North Bluff Street and 500 North when the cyclist entered the crosswalk and did not yield to the on-coming vehicles that had the green light, St. George News reported. As the driver of a Can-Am all-terrain vehicle turned right on Bluff Street, and as the cyclist came into the intersection – both people collided with each other. 

The ATV driver was unharmed, while the cyclist, a 23-year-old woman, was sent to  St. George Regional Hospital with severe lower leg injuries. There is no official word on her current condition, nor have first responders released her name. 

Additional information will be posted as it becomes available. 

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