Two people were injured after a suspected speed contest ended in a crash.
Around 8 p.m. on Tuesday, April 25, Fort Wayne police responded to a report of a crash on Maplecrest and Parrot. At the scene, they found a passenger car and motorcycle that had collided as the result of a road rage incident involving a speed contest. The passenger car involved in the accident was not involved in the speed contest and was rear-ended when the motorcycle tried to cut off the car it was speeding around.
The adult male driver and adult female passenger of the motorcycle were both taken to a local hospital in critical condition, according to the release from the Fort Wayne Police Department.
The accident is still under investigation and full details have not been released. To read the full story, visit the Fort Wayne Journal Gazette.
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