State police at Mansfield released the names of the individuals involved in a crash involving a motorcycle and an SUV that happened May 21 on South Main Street in front of Eisenhauer’s Harley-Davidson, Richmond Township.
According to police, Timothy F. Schoonover, 48, of Blossburg, traveling north on a 1990 Harley-Davison motorcycle, broke several bones in the crash with a 2018 Nissan Rogue operated by Floyd R. Redmond, 71, of Wellsboro.
Schoonover was turning right into the Harley-Davidson dealership and as he slowed the bike, the front corner of the Rouge hit the right side of the bike, causing it to go down onto its right side and slide a short distance.
Schoonover was transported to Soldiers + Sailors Memorial Hospital, Wellsboro, for treatment of his injuries.
He was wearing a motorcycle helmet.
Neither Redmond nor his passenger, Mary F. Redmond, 67, also of Wellsboro, were injured in the crash. Redmond was cited for speeding.