Driver strikes, injures motorcyclist on New Sugar Creek Rod

JEFFERSON COUNTY, MO – A woman struck and seriously injured a motorcyclist sometime Thursday evening on New Sugar Creek Rd, My MO Info reports.

Heather Wilson, 43, was driving a Ford Edge on southbound New Sugar Creek Rd when she struck a Harley-Davidson ridden by Ian Cornett, 44, while attempting to make a left turn.

Cornett was taken to Mercy Hospital in serious condition. Wilson was uninjured in the collision. It is unclear if she will be charged for the collision.

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