One person was critically injured in a crash involving an SUV and three motorcycles in North Babylon Thursday afternoon, police said.
According to police, Jacqueline Morrison, 54, of Babylon, was driving a Ford Escape with her 3-year-old granddaughter in the vehicle northbound on Deer Park Avenue, just north of Parkdale Drive, at 12:40 p.m. when a 2007 Suzuki motorcycle struck her vehicle from behind.
The impact caused the Ford to lose control and flip over. Morrison and her granddaughter were treated at Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center for non-life threatening injuries.
The motorcyclist, Travis Lovett, 20, of Brentwood was taken to Good Samaritan with a head injury and is currently in critical condition, police said.
Two other motorcycles that were traveling northbound on Deer Park Avenue could not stop in time behind the initial impact and also crashed, police said.
From Babylon: Village Reaches Out to US Tennis Association for Court Restoration
Babylon Village and the U.S. Tennis Association could be working together to help restore the village's six tennis courts.The heavily used courts, some of which are located on Park Avenue and North Carll Avenue, are used by residents, the village summer recreation program and the Babylon School District for athletic events, according to a report by The Babylon Beacon.
From Lindenhurst: Village Removes Wellwood Avenue Bench After Complaints
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