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Idaho State Police looking for witnesses to motorcycle crash that seriously injured 51-year-old Pullman man

Idaho State Police are looking for witnesses to a motorcycle crash that occurred in Latah County on May 9 and seriously injured a 51-year-old Pullman man.

Police say troopers found the motorcycle’s driver, who had been thrown from his vehicle on Highway 3 about 15 miles east on Lewiston, according to ISP. He was wearing a helmet.

Troopers determined the Pullman man had been driving south when his motorcycle left the roadway and went into a ditch, according to ISP. The crash appeared to only involve the motorcycle.

The man remained hospitalized in Lewiston on Thursday, according to ISP.

People with information about the crash can contact the Idaho State Police District 2 office in Lewiston at (208) 750-9300.

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