Police: Two taken to hospital after motorcycle crashes into vehicle in Davenport

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DAVENPORT, Iowa (KWQC) - Police are investigating after a multi-vehicle crash involving a motorcycle happened in Davenport on Sunday.

Police say on Sunday, just before 6 p.m. first responders were called to the 6000 block of West Kimberly Road in reference to a serious in jury crash.

Upon arrival, police say a driver in a Chevy trailblazer was heading eastbound on Kimberly Road while a motorcycle was being driven westbound.

Police say the driver of the trailblazer saw the motorcycle approaching at a "possible high rate of speed" and crossed the center-line before the crash happened. Due to this, officials say the driver of the trailblazer pulled to the side of the road in an attempt to avoid the motorcycle.

The motorcycle driver crossed the center-line and hit the trailblazer, which was stopped on the south shoulder at the time of the crash according to police.

Officials say upon contact both the motorcycle driver and passenger of the motorcycle were ejected. Police say the two, a man and a woman, sustained critically serious injuries and were both taken to the hospital for treatment.

Those in the trailblazer were evaluated on scene and were not transported.

The accident remains under investigation by the Davenport Police Traffic Safety Unit.