UPDATE: Two remain critical after crash into Teddy Foltz Memorial Run bikers
State Troopers say two of the three people remain in critical condition after a car "pulled into" a line of bikers taking part in the Teddy Foltz Memorial Run in Coitsville on Sunday.
The patrol tells 21 News that two victims were in surgical intensive care Monday morning, while a third victim is in serious condition.
The accident occurred less than an hour after the bike rally left Papa's Sports Bar in Youngstown, near the intersection of Struthers-Coitsville Rd. and Cooper Rd.
According to a press release from OSP, two motorcycles were traveling northbound on Struthers-Coitsville Road when the driver of a car, identified as 65-year-old Gloria Dothard of Lowellville made a left turn from the southbound lane in front of them.
To avoid colliding with the vehicle, motorcyclists took evasive action which caused the riders to be ejected.
One rider was taken on a MedEvac and the other two were taken by ambulance to Saint Elizabeth's in Youngstown to receive care for their injuries.
The three riders have been identified as 55-year-old Harold Hagerty, 56-year-old Patricia Hagerty and 56-year-old Paul Halfelder.
The patrol is still investigating.