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Traffic flowing again on I-15 after semi vs. motorcycle crash
First Published Apr 25 2013 02:13 pm • Last Updated Apr 26 2013 08:35 am

A collision between a semi truck and a motorcycle on Interstate 15 at 3300 South temporarily blocked three northbound lanes of traffic, the Utah Department of Public Safety reported Thursday afternoon.

At about 1:45 p.m., a motorcyclist stopped and a 18-wheeler braked, jack-knifed and hit the motorcyclist, according to a DPS tweet.

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The motorcyclist was transported to a hospital with serious injuries.

All northbound lanes were open again by 2:25 p.m.

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