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A Cycle and Scooter Crash Sends Two to the Hospital

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SAVANNAH, GA (July 25, 2013):  Savannah-Chatham Metropolitan Police are investigating two collisions involving a motor cycle and scooters that sent riders to a hospital overnight.

  Dwight Horton of the 100 block of Greenbriar Court was injured when the motorcycle he was riding struck a parked vehicle about 4:15 a.m. today. Jevon Sullivan Jr., 8, of the 5500 block of Emory Drive was injured when the electric scooter he was riding collided with a motor scooter about 7 p.m. Wednesday.

  Both were injured in accidents on the blocks on which they live and were transported to Memorial University Medical Center with serious but non-life threatening injuries.

  Horton was traveling west on Greenbriar Court on a 2002 Harley Davidson motorcycle when he accelerated and lost control in a slight bend in the roadway and struck a parked car.

  Sullivan was injured in front of his house in the Skidaway Terrace neighborhood while riding the small Razor electric scooter that collided with a Destin scooter being ridden on Emory Drive by a 13-year-old neighborhood youth.

  Officers from SCMPD's Major Accident Investigation Team (MAIT) continue the investigation into each collision.

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