53-year-old motorcycle rider in critical condition after crash in Port St. Lucie

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PORT ST. LUCIE — A 53-year-old motorcyclist remains in critical condition after a weekend traffic crash on Southwest Port St. Lucie Boulevard, Port St. Lucie police said Monday.

Police about 9:45 p.m. Saturday went to a reported crash at Southwest Port St. Lucie and Southwest Cameo boulevards, according to Sgt. John Dellacroce, police spokesperson. The area is just west of Florida’s Turnpike.

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An early investigation determined the 53-year-old man rode a Harley-Davidson motorcycle west on Southwest Port St. Lucie Boulevard, crashing into the back of a Dodge Charger stopped at the light at Southwest Cameo Boulevard.

The motorcycle rider was taken to a local hospital and remains in critical condition.

He wasn't wearing a helmet, Dellacroce said.

The two people in the Dodge weren’t hurt.

Police have not identified anyone involved in the crash.

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This article originally appeared on Treasure Coast Newspapers: Motorcycle rider critical after crash on SW Port St. Lucie Boulevard