Two people seriously injured in hit-and-run motorcycle crash-UPDATED

Accident at 32nd and Harrison.
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DAVENPORT, Iowa (KWQC) -- 5/17/17 UPDATE: Police released a statement saying they have found the vehicle involved in the hit-and-run.

"The red Dodge Charger has been located. The investigation is ongoing."

1:15 a.m. on 5/16/17 UPDATE: Officers are searching for a suspect vehicle that caused an accident with a motorcycle, seriously injuring two people.

Just after 10:15 p.m. on Monday, May 15, Davenport police officers were dispatched to an accident involving a car and a motorcycle near the intersection of 32nd and Harrison Streets. According to police, a car was heading westbound on 32nd Street when it failed to yield at a stop sign. It crossed Harrison Street, cutting in front of a southbound motorcycle.

The motorcycle was occupied by a driver and a passenger. Both were transported to Genesis East with serious injuries. The driver was later airlifted to University Hospitals in Iowa City.

After the accident, the suspect vehicle continued on 32nd Street, fleeing the scene. The car is described as a 2015 Red Dodge Charger with damage to the passenger side rear area.

The names of the motorcycle driver and passenger have not been released.

The investigation is ongoing.

ORIGINAL STORY: Around 10:15 p.m. Monday May 15 police responded to a motorcycle accident between 32nd and 35th streets on Harrison Street.
Traffic is being re-routed to 32nd Street until further notice.
Police at the scene could not provide an update.
This is a developing story. Stay with TV-6 and for the latest information.