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CENTERVILLE — A motorcyclist suffered a non-life-threatening head injury after losing control of his bike on Wednesday evening, according to police.
The crash took place at the intersection of Parrish Lane and Marketplace Drive about 5:30 p.m., according to a tweet from the Centerville Police Department.
The male motorcyclist was not wearing a helmet and was taken to a hospital in an ambulance, police said. His injuries have been determined to not be life-threatening, according to Centerville Police Sgt. Will Barnes, though further information as to the extent of the head injury has not been released.
Crash at Parrish and Market Place was a single motorcyclist that lost control. He was not wearing a helmet. Was taken by ambulance to IMC. We are working to clear intersection now— Centerville Police (@cpdutah) April 24, 2019
The intersection has since been cleared and is no longer resulting in any traffic delays. Further information about the crash was not immediately available.