PLEASANT VIEW -- A man was sent to the hospital in serious but stable condition Thursday after being struck by a car while on his motorcycle.
The accident happened near 2700 South and 1720 West at a FrontRunner train crossing around 6:40 p.m., according to on-scene officers.
The crossing arms came down as the train approached, and a 59-year-old man on a motorcycle came to a halt. A 24-year-old man driving a blue Nissan Versa did not slow down and rear-ended the motorcycle.
It was reported that the victim suffered road rash and possible broken legs.
Officers said the victim was conscious and speaking shortly after the incident. He was taken to the hospital via ambulance. The driver of the car was uninjured.
Police are investigating the accident, and charges for the Nissan's driver are pending.
The accident cut off access for FrontRunner trains to the Pleasant View station. The tracks were clear around