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Man ejected from motorcycle after two-vehicle crash

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LIBERTY, Ohio - A two vehicle crash on Wednesday night is under investigation after causing serious injuries.

Warren State Highway Patrol issued a release saying that the crash happened at 6 p.m. on Gypsy Lane, just east of state Route 711.

A GMC Jimmy, driven by 28-year-old Tina Lipscomb of Youngstown, came to a complete stop in traffic. A Harley Davidson motorcycle, driven by 46-year-old Ralph C. Eisenbraun Jr. of Youngstown, rear ended the vehicle.

Eisenbraun was ejected from the motorcycle.

Lipscomb brought herself to Northside hospital, and Eisenbraun was taken to St. Elizabeth's hospital by ambulance for serious injuries.

Both drivers are in stable condition.

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