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Two Hospitalized After Crash

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Two people are in the hospital Saturday night after crashing their motorcycle into the back of a car.

Sergeant Neil Lawrence with the Billings Police Department says the accident happened at the I-90 off-ramp near King Avenue around 6 PM Saturday.

Sergeant Lawrence says the 51-year-old motorcycle driver and his 54-year-old female passenger rear-ended two people in a red Pontiac Grand Am and went airborne. The Laurel biker and his passenger were both taken to Billings Clinic.

It is unknown if speed or alcohol were factors in the crash. The investigation is ongoing.

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