Two injured when motorcycles collide in North County

newsroom@thetribunenews.comMay 27, 2013 

Two people were seriously injured when a pair of Harley-Davidson motorcycles collided on Highway 101 near San Miguel at 10:25 a.m. Monday, according to the CHP.

The passenger and driver of one of the motorcycles were thrown from their bike onto the shoulder and embankment of the highway after colliding with another motorcycle, which went down along the side of the road.

Both motorcycles were traveling on the southbound lanes of the highway.

Donald Dean Perry and Judy Ellen Anderson, both 65, were taken to Sierra Vista Regional Medical Center for treatment. Anderson was a passenger on the motorcycle that Perry was driving. The second vehicle’s driver was not taken to the hospital.

No arrests were made in the incident.

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