A man was injured in a motorcycle accident, on Sunday night, in Newburgh when he tried to steer his motorcycle between two vehicles, striking one of them, according to a news release.
The man, 51, of Evansville was thrown from his bike in the crash, which occurred at 8:00 p.m. on Indiana 66 and Bell Road. The motorcyclist was not wearing a helmet at the time of the crash.
He was transported to St. Mary’s Medical Center. As of this morning there were no updates on his condition.
According to a news release from Warrick County Sheriff’s office, the man was driving his Harley Davidson motorcycle when he struck a Mitsubishi Eclipse driven by a Newburgh woman.
The accident is under investigation, according to officials and the full extent of injuries suffered by the motorcyclist is not known, however, the news release lists the nature of injuries as head trauma.