Two Ponca City motorcyclist suffer injuries after being hit

Ponca City Now - May 8, 2014 11:12 am

Two motorcyclist were hurt on 14th street yesterday afternoon.

Police officials said John and Stacy Klinger of Ponca City were traveling north in the outside lane on their motorcycle when a vehicle hit them.

Marcus Tilley of Greenbriar, Arkansas was driving the vehicle south on 14th and was turning east onto Bradley when he hit the Klingers.

Both John and Stacy suffered leg injuries.

Stacy was brought by ambulance to Stillwater Medical Center and later flown to St. Francis Hospital in Tulsa.

John was transported to Ponca City Medical Center and was later brought by ambulance to St. Francis Hospital too.

Another vehicle had stopped to let Tilley go, but he didn’t see the Klingers on their motorcycle.

Tilley wasn’t injured, but got a ticket for failure to yield while turning left.

His vehicle was drivable, whereas the Klinger’s motorcycle received extensive damage and was towed from the scene.

Many people called the wreck into the Ponca City Communications yesterday at 4:20.


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