Motorcyclist injured in crash near Prineville
A motorcyclist was critically injured on Saturday afternoon approximately two miles north of Prineville.
The rider of the red Harley Davidson motorcycle, Christopher Michael Hulon, age 46, was riding with a large group of motorcycles westbound on Highway 26 at 2 p.m. Witness David Lawrence Bullock, 51, of Portland, reported that for an unknown reason, the rear tire of Hulon's motorcycle went into a skid, resulting in the motorcycle rolling several times at milepost 24.5.
Hulon received critical injuries as a result of the accident and was transported by Air Link to St. Charles Bend. The highway was shut down for approximately one hour. Steve's Towing of Prineville responded to the scene for non-preference towing.
Prineville Police Department, Crook County Fire and Rescue, Oregon Department of Transportation, and Oregon State Police also responded to the accident scene.
According to the Oregon State Police, Hulon's condition is unknown as of Monday morning. His hometown is also unknown at this time.
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